The following are some new resources to assist as you continue to navigate the necessary changes in your operations or plan for your reopening.
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OSHA Updates Coronavirus Safety Enforcement Policies including Recording Guidelines
Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced two revised enforcement policies to ensure employers are taking action to protect their employees from COVID-19. Read more for an overview of the revisions.

Accommodating At-risk Employees Amid COVID-19
What happens when returning to work itself may prevent employees from safely accomplishing their job functions? For employees who have a greater risk of contracting COVID-19, this is a bleak possibility.

Read more for guidance from the EEOC to help you during the coronavirus pandemic. This guidance focuses on ADA accommodations as they pertain to “at-risk” employees.
CDC Office Buildings Guidelines

The CDC just released information to protect workers and clients from COVID-19 exposure in the workplace while keeping it safe and healthy. This includes guides to ensure a building is ready for occupancy before resuming its business operations (ventilation, circulation, mold growth, pests, and stagnant water issues), Hazard assessments to identify where and how workers might be subject to workplace exposure, and Hazard control hierarchy to reduce transmission among workers (engineering and administrative controls) to isolate workers from the hazard and change the way people work. Review the  guidance.
By being proactive and establishing effective communication plans, employers can not only help prevent the spread of COVID-19 but put employees at ease, knowing that necessary steps are being taken to best ensure their health and safety. You can review how topics on this checklist fit into your communications strategy to communicate with employees, customers, and vendors effectively.
For the safety of your team and for tracing COVID-19 cases, it is important to control and record who has access to your workplace. Consider making it a protocol to approve access for any outside visitor utilizing a Property Access Form.

DOL Revises the Fluctuating Workweek Overtime Method
The U.S. Department of Labor announced a final rule that allows employers to pay bonuses or other incentive-based pay to salaried, nonexempt employees whose hours vary from week to week. The new rule will enable employers to pay bonuses, shift differentials, and other incentive payments to employees who are paid under the fluctuating week method. The new rule also establishes that supplemental payments must be included in the calculation of the regular rate unless excluded under the FLSA. Read more
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