NAVIGATING THE NEW NORMAL
Documents, resources & other information you can use for your business.
REPORTS, CHECKLISTS & NOTICES
Designing a Postcoronavirus Office
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has changed many aspects of the current workplace, and soon, employers should begin planning for what their post-coronavirus office will look like. Previously, social distancing and COVID-19-related best practices hadn’t been a topic on the mind of most employers or employees. By updating office layouts, encouraging new behaviors and expanding remote work options, employers can help prevent the spread of future diseases, and protect the health and safety of employees.
Note to employers: State and local laws and orders may provide different or additional requirements for employers regarding masks or face coverings, including guidance on whether employers must provide and pay for them, who must maintain and clean them, and more. Review applicable mandates to ensure compliance.
This Reduction in Force Toolkit was produced by our strategic partners Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP. The toolkit consists of articles, guidance, forms, and action plans designed to help employers prepare for and implement a reduction in force. The toolkit deals with issues such as employee selection, severance benefits, WARN notices, separation agreements, and communications with employees and other stakeholders.
The material in this toolkit is intended to provide general information relating to reductions in force. As a result of recent events involving COVID-19, there may be federal, state, or local legislation or regulations that affect reduction in force planning and implementation.
In response to the debilitating effect the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had on small businesses across the country, the federal government funded a program under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) called the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). If your business secured a PPP loan, you may be wondering what your next steps should be. This article provides a general overview of PPP loans and what employers should do if they receive an approved PPP loan.
What is the IQRM and why do I need it?
The IQRM™ is a risk assessment tool consisting of a systematic method to better understand the risk issues facing your organization. It also benchmarks performance against ideal industry standards and facilitates the design of risk control and mitigation strategies. Each module has been crafted by one or more Subject Matter Experts.
The IQRM is an integral piece of Highpoint Insurance Group’s RISE365® Process as it measures exposures and determines the general effectiveness of strategies to manage risk. Most importantly, the IQRM facilitates our ability to improve your organization’s risk profile.
Business Continuity/Crisis Management, Cyber and EPLI are just a few of the key areas that are even more critical with the uncertainty we are facing today.
Click one of the key areas below to receive your free risk assessment. Or, visit our IQRM page for a complete list of all 21 assessments available.