Employers React to Employees Refusing Covid-19 Vaccine

As COVID-19 vaccines become widely available, many employers are asking if they can require employees to get vaccinated, and what they can do if workers refuse. Some employers are firing workers who won’t take the vaccine.  The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has weighed in with guidance that answers some workplace vaccination questions. Employers may encourage or possibly require COVID-19 …

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Lawsuit reveals how Georgia Department of Labor has processed unemployment claims

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – While the Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) says it has processed millions of unemployment claims during the last 12 months of the pandemic, the agency has also faced criticism from thousands of frustrated applicants who said they waited, sometimes for months, for answers about their claims and benefits. The Southern Poverty …

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How Managers Can Help Working Parents Whose Kids Have Returned to School

The COVID-19 pandemic hit working parents with plenty of challenges when it came to caring for schoolchildren who were suddenly learning from home: They had to homeschool, and alternate child care and entertain bored kids when the schoolwork was done. Now that some children have returned to in-person classes, whether part time or all day, working parents …

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How to Reopen Wisely Post COVID 19

As businesses start the process of returning employees to the workplace during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, it will not be a simple process. Business owners need to keep in mind that it will not be as easy as announcing a reopening or return-to-the-workplace date. Each business owners’ plan will be different, however, Governor Kemp’s office did release guidelines for …

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Georgia DOL Update

The Georgia Department of Labor (GADOL) e-mailed an update this week and we to share this with you.  To ensure we are keeping you up to date with the latest information, regarding your business and employees,  we wanted to provide you with key points.   EMPLOYERS WHO FILE UI FOR EMPLOYEESEmployers filing UI for employees, who are temporarily unemployed due to COVID-19, will not be charged for …

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2 Filters in Everything We Do

As a business owner, you’re striving to do what’s best to keep your company thriving through this “new normal.”  We understand these uncertain times are affecting you and your employees, both mentally and physically. We value our partnership and we  are here to help guide you in hopes we will all succeed together. As we all …

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10 TIPS TO THRIVE IN TOUGH TIMES

Sue Hawkes, previously published  this below on the YESS! blog. Read more. If it’s been a while, indulge. You can learn or go on a journey in a book. Practice great self-care. Drink water, exercise/manage stress with activity, meditate, journal (gratitude journaling at times like these is critical), take your vitamins, eat healthier, cook your own …

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CARES Act Helping Small Businesses

With all the information we are receiving regarding the CARES Act, including the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), and the SBA Loans on a daily basis. We want to provide you with The Small Business Owners Guides to the CARES Act.  Senator Ben Cardin, a Ranking Member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship provided The Small …

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