Families First Coronavirus Response Act

On March 25, 2020 the Department of Labor (“DOL”) published a required notice under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act for employers with fewer than 500 employees. Those employers must post this notice by April 1, 2020. The notice is available here. This notice must be placed in a visible location within the premises and/or it can […]

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Business Interruption Insurance

In a time like the current pandemic of COVID-19, we are all experiencing some serious interruption. As individuals, it’s come in the form our personal relationships, children’s schools, sports, social events, networking, and even the everyday errand of running to the grocery store. Those restrictions are inconvenient and may be aggravating but in the end, […]

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Benefits of Auto Pay for Your Insurance Premiums

We currently happen to be in a time of uncertainty with some businesses temporarily closing or being short staffed due to Covid-19 social distancing recommendations. One of the concerns that has developed is people still being able to pay their bills, such as insurance premiums. Thankfully, most insurance carriers accept payment either online or via […]

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Emergency Coronavirus Bill Passed by the House

Terin Cremer of Barbas Cremer, an Employment and Business Law firm, explains why employers should be paying close attention to this pandemic and how it can directly affect their teams: https://www.barbascremer.com/latest-news In the event you should need to utilize Barbas Cremer’s services, their contact information is below. Hang in there and stay well! Barbas Cremer: […]

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“Run Your Day The Intentional Way”

THEME. By definition, it is “the subject of a talk, a piece of writing, a person’s thoughts, or an exhibition; a topic.” In our situation, it’s what we want as our personal and professional priority for this year. It’s our compass. It’s what we want every decision to be guided by and a focus that […]

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