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Thank you to all who tuned into our webinar this afternoon! Plenty of shared information with intuitive follow up questions helped make for a productive session. If you weren’t able to join, be sure to check our website as all Delta webinars are uploaded within 24 hours of completion.
I wanted to pass along some of the readings from this week that stood out to me. See below, and as always, please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.
- Faking COVID-19 Illness Can Have Some Serious Consequences – Employees who fake coronavirus-related illnesses to get out of work—though doing so may be rare—could lose their jobs and face criminal penalties.
- Surviving the Economic Aftershocks of COVID-19 – This is presented to us from our software provider about what is coming down the road from all these unemployment claims. It promotes our PEO industry but the core of it reviews the wave of increased cost these unemployment claims are going to have on all business and provides ways to prepare for what is coming.
- Update on Suspension of Entry of Certain Foreign Workers Until the End of 2020 – Trump’s proclamation left a number of questions unanswered, and this article provides helpful details and guidance.
- Wellness Programs Show Modest Benefits, as Efforts Pivot to ‘Well-Being‘ – Workplace wellness programs only modestly affect participating employees’ health and health care use, and the focus is switching to what employees want/need.