Read on for follow up to the May 21st webinar on PPP Loan Forgiveness and Workplace Reentry and for some more updates.
Yesterday’s webinar recording is available here. This is clunky, but start the video at 34 seconds – – in further evidence that I should keep my day job as an attorney!
We are working on an update on the Q&A and will post that to our website early next week.
Work-Share Plans continue to be a good strategy for organizations that can continue or resume operations at a reduced capacity, providing the opportunity for partial unemployment benefits. It is a win-win for many organizations AND employees. To learn more, please view previous SNL webinars available on our website and/or attend Sarah’s workshop on Tuesday at 1 pm.
Re-Opening in Wisconsin
Although the governor’s Safer At Home order was struck down and local orders are being challenged, we can still look to the Wisconsin Economic Development Council’s reopening guidelines, but should also consult guidelines at the County Public Health level. Dane County, for example, has created “Forward Dane,” a plan for a phased reopening of Dane County during the pandemic that closely follows the WEDC guidelines and promised weekly county-wide health metrics that will inform which Phase of reopening businesses should follow in creating and maintaining their own individual policies.
For guidelines on how and when to safely re-open your organization, see the link to our May 21 seminar (above). To access the posters described in the seminar, please visit the CDC website. And attend Sarah’s work session on Wednesday at 2 pm.