COVID-19 and PTO
Stay-at-home orders ban many employees from their workplaces though they are unable to work remotely. Other people are taking time off to adhere to coronavirus quarantine requirements or to recover from the COVID-19 illness. Employees wonder if they must use paid time off (PTO) to receive compensation or if government support can help them.
You probably get questions daily and have many of your own. To provide accurate answers, you need up-to-date information about how the federal and state governments are supporting employers and employees and what additional resources are available.
- What resources are the federal government providing to employers and employees during this pandemic?
- How should you apply your existing PTO policies to COVID-19 leave?
- Why do the EEOC and ADA definitions of the pandemic matter?
- What are the differences between PTO, vacation time, and sick leave?
- How can you ease employees’ fears?
- What should your communication plan entail?
- What benefits do employees receive for working remotely?
- What regulatory agencies are temporarily relaxing regulations?
- What policies can address employees’ concerns about layoffs, reduced hours, and remote working options?
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