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During the uncertainty around the coronavirus pandemic, many employers aren't sure how to communicate their important practices and procedures to their employees, as well as the most vital information from national health authorities. This Coronavirus/COVID-19 Informational Notice to Employees gives all employers a template to communicate with their staff about everything related to the current health crisis.
In this document, employees will not only be able to communicate whether they have a Remote Work Policy or Temporary Leave Policy in place, but it goes much further than that. Employers will also be able to communicate the current best practices outlined by the CDC and federal government, as well as much of the significant information about coronavirus in general.
While many workers are fearful about the future, it is an employer's job to be compassionate and informed. This Notice will help the employer get that message across to their employees.
How to use this document
This document should be filled out by the employer or an authorized representative of the employer.
In it, specific questions are asked regarding common policies that are being instituted in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, such as those related to remote work and temporary leave. Questions are also asked regarding safety measures being undertaken at the physical workspace, if there is one.
Then, the document is auto-populated with the most recent information from health authorities about everything their workers need to know to stay as safe as possible.
When this document is complete, it should be saved to share with employees in the most effective means of communication. Generally, this will be a company-wide email.
This document may touch on several state and federal laws, including those related to workplace policies and leave. Additionally, the temporary leave policies may be subject to any emergency bill passed by Congress related to COVID-19. It's important to keep up-to-date on the most recent developments in this area.
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