Daunting Emergency COVID-19 Workplace Safety Rules on Tap

Posted by: VMA Staff | Nov 20, 2020

The Cal/OSHA Standards Board is set to vote on new emergency regulations that will impose strict rules on employers to implement safeguards in order to reduce the risk of C...

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California’s COVID-19 Tracking Requirement Challenges Employers

Posted by: VMA Staff | Nov 12, 2020

SB 1159, signed into law in September, requires that when a California employer “knows or reasonably should know” that an employee has tested positive for coronavirus, ...

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5 Ways COVID-19 Has Made Your Marketing and Communications More Effective

Posted by: VMA Staff | Nov 11, 2020

COVID-19 has altered the course of businesses worldwide, resulting in a forced evolution of marketing. Events have been canceled, meaning fewer opportunitie...

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Plan To Comeback

Posted by: Leslie Groene | Nov 11, 2020

As we get close to finishing this particularly challenging year, it might be time to look at goal setting for 2021. We have more insight into our sales career, customer b...

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What To Do If An Employee Contracts COVID-19

Posted by: VMA Staff | Nov 11, 2020

An employer must take ongoing steps to control the spread of COVID-19 and reduce its impact upon employees and the work environment to comply with OSHA requiremen...

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Centers for Disease Control Updates “Close Contact” Guide for COVID-19

Posted by: VMA Staff | Nov 11, 2020

On October 21, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised its guidance regarding those who are considered in “close contact” with someone who is i...

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Dear David: Can I deny FFCRA leave to an employee who has high schoolers attending class remotely who are able to take care of themselves during the day?

Posted by: David Katz | Nov 10, 2020

Question: Can I deny FFCRA leave to an employee who has high schoolers attending class remotely who are able to take care of themselves during the day? Answer: No. ...

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Leading During a Pandemic

Posted by: VMA Staff | Nov 10, 2020

No one knows what the workplace is going to look like in three months. COVID-19 continues to spread. School reopening and attendance plans remain tenuous. Further action ...

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How to Reduce the Risk of Theft, Vandalism at Your Business

Posted by: VMA Staff | Nov 09, 2020

Burglary, robbery and vandalism can be particularly devastating to small businesses in terms of money, customers and employee safety. You can see thousands of dollars of...

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2021 Open Enrollment Cost Strategies for Small Businesses

Posted by: VMA Staff | Nov 02, 2020

Health care has been an important issue, but in light of the pandemic, its significance is greater than ever. Here’s what you need to know this Open Enrollment season...

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