Here’s a safety tip from our Leddy Group Consulting Team regarding N95 masks and OSHA’s Appendix D requirement.
If you work outside, you know it can be hot! But, did you know that there is an app that can tell you how hot?
OSHA requires employers with more than 10 employees to keep a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses. The deadline to post your OSHA 300A summary from injuries and illnesses that occurred in 2020 is February 1st. This summary must be posted for your employees to see until April 30th and kept on file for
Here’s a tip to encourage your team to be mindful of safety, from our HR & Risk Manager, Amy!
You can listen to the recording of today’s webinar, ready now. Click here to Listen! The well-being and safety of the Leddy Group community and those we serve is of vital importance to us. We are once again partnering with Jackson Lewis to present Top Ten COVID-19 Employment Issues. Due to the rapidly changing work
The Leddy Group Tech Support Team has a message to share this week! Our IT Team is sharing helpful information about Zoom, the online communication platform that allows video and audio conferencing and chats, when meeting in person isn’t a good option. Many of us have started to use Zoom during this COVID-19 crisis as
COVID-19 Webinar – Answering your pressing questions. The well-being and safety of the Leddy Group community is of vital importance to us. In an effort to answer your most pressing questions regarding COVID-19, we have partnered with Jackson Lewis in a complimentary webinar. You can listen to the recording at your convenience here. Topics • Furloughs/reductions in
Q: We have facilities in 3 different states. I am getting confused with the Governors in each state issuing different types of orders – Stay At Home – Shelter in Place, etc. Is there one source where I can go to find all of these? A: Unfortunately as you described, orders are being issued
Q: If we lay off employees do we have to pay them their accrued, vacation/paid time off? A: Yes, in most states accrued time off is due at the time of layoff or termination. Remember to check your state wage & hour laws for how long you have to deliver that final wage payment. Q:
Can we reduce the wages and hours of our exempt salaried employees? Yes, but be careful. On a federal level you do not want to reduce the wages below the exempt salary requirement. Some states require that you provide an employee with a written document outlining the change of rate and hours. You would want