The U.S. Department of Labor answered additional questions about FFCRA compliance including the eligibility of paid leave for household workers, documentation needed for paid leave, and school closures due to summer vacation.
How prepared is your agency when demand for your services picks up after this health crisis eases? While your business may be down right now, it’s an ideal time to determine your strategy for when times are better – because they will get better.
With COVID-19 restrictions in place across the U.S., the Department of Homeland Security is allowing employers to accept a new worker’s expired documents for Form I-9 identity verification purposes. Here’s what household employers need to know.
The COVID-19 outbreak may impact your DCAP benefits in a variety of ways. Although the IRS has not issued any specific relief or guidance for DCAP benefits due to the COVID-19 outbreak, existing rules may help if your childcare needs have been affected by the outbreak.
Before asking your nanny to come back to work (or hiring a new one), thoughtfully construct a return to work plan to keep everyone healthy and safe after the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a challenging time for many families. If you employ a nanny, you may be wondering what to do with your caregiver. With new laws in effect that provide paid sick and family leave as well as expanded unemployment benefits to many employees, we’ll discuss what may apply to your nanny.