Workshare and Workplace Reopening Programs For COVID-19-Impacted Workforces
Workshare programs allocate the work to the greatest number of employees to help avoid furloughs and layoffs. Many workers prefer to cut back on time and pay so that they can stay on the payroll, maintain benefits eligibility, and remain available for full-time employment when the economy recovers.
As your organization continues to address the impact of COVID-19, you may need to confront less work and lower funding. Even if you are not currently experiencing any workforce reduction, you need to determine a plan today if the need arises.
- What are the primary types of workshare programs?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages?
- How can you communicate a workshare program to employees?
- How does a workshare arrangement affect benefits?
- Are employees in workshare arrangements eligible for unemployment?
- What are the adverse effects of keeping employees on payroll?
- What compliance requirements must you address?
- How can staggered schedules reduce COVID-19 risk?
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