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Updated on January 21, 2022

COVID-19 Resources by State

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OSHA COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing ETS

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November 18, 2021

Businesses should know about their compliance obligations and deadlines of the most-recent OSHA ETS, as well as how the courts might impact the process.

Return to the Workplace: What N.Y. Businesses Should Know
September 24, 2021

With businesses continuing to bring their employees back to get their workplaces up to full capacity, employers must understand the safety measures and regulations along with how to handle vaccinations, paid leave and privacy issues that could impact the process. Gain insights and a refresher from our Compliance experts on how to address returning to the workplace.

Return to Workplace: What California Businesses Should Know
September 23, 2021

This recording provides insights from our Compliance experts on what businesses in California have to prepare for as they continue returning employees to the workplace, including worker classification issues and Proposition 22, safety measures, paid leave associated with COVID-19 and the mandated vaccinations in some business sectors, the impact of the California Consumer Privacy Act and more.

Articles to help business during COVID-19 pandemic

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The Employee Retention Tax Credit Program Has Closed But Businesses Can Retroactively Claim Credit
January 19, 2022
The signing of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act impacts the Employee Retention Tax Credit, retroactively ending the program for most businesses on Sept. 30, 2021. The IRS also released guidance on the program's retroactive termination.
OSHA Announces Healthcare Settings Emergency Temporary Standard Changes
January 19, 2022
OSHA's new emergency temporary standard specifically for healthcare settings provides guidance intended to protect healthcare workers with the highest risk of contracting COVID-19 while on the job. The agency recently withdrew some of the requirements.
COVID-19 Vaccination Mandates: What Employees Are Thinking About Return to the Workplace
January 13, 2022
A survey of employees conducted by Paychex and Future Workplace sought responses on vaccination mandates and returning to the workplace with the presence of the COVID-19 delta variant.