In a Special Edition of the Weekly Wright Report:
We know that navigating these times are tricky both with work and at a home, perhaps you are finding yourself having to balance the two at once? That’s why we are here to help provide you some guidance on your worries related to business. We are updating our COVID-19 Resources Page regularly. Click through the links below to see how we can help.
WCS attorneys Laura Rubenstein and Greg Currey joined Business Benefits Group this week for a Live Q&A. Watch the recap here.
Employment and labor law attorney Greg Currey is answering your questions every night on LinkedIn. – Watch the latest video
Navigating Child Access Schedules During the Coronavirus Pandemic
How do you maintain child visitations during this pandemic? We have some guidelines for you. – Read more
COVID-19 – Layoffs, Furloughs and RIFs, Oh My
Employers everywhere are being forced to make tough choices due to COVID-19. For many, unfortunately, orders to close nonessential businesses, reduced demand, or concerns related to social distancing have created a situation where layoffs, reductions in force, or furloughs are necessary or may become necessary. – Read more
Getting Divorced During the Coronavirus Pandemic
As if coming to terms with a potential divorce wasn’t hard enough – throw in a pandemic and the situation becomes all the more uncomfortable. How do you move forward with this? – Read more
Does My Insurance Cover COVID-19?
If you own or operate a small business, these are some of the types of coverages and policy provisions you may want to review immediately. – Read more
Virginia Orders Restriction on Non-Emergent Medical Procedures
A follow up to the executive order issued by Governor Northam of Virginia. – Read more
Small Business Administration: Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program FAQ
The U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) provides low-interest, long-term disaster loans to businesses of all sizes, private non-profit organizations, homeowners, and renters to repair or replace uninsured/underinsured disaster damaged property including something a pandemic like COVID-19. – Read more
Q&A – The Families First Coronavirus Response Act
The Senate passed a modified version of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. To help employers comply with the new law, we’ve prepared the following Q&A about the new law’s requirements. – Read more
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