COVID-19: Products and Solutions for Employers Navigating Reopening

2 June 2020       Authors: Rosemary Alito, April Boyer, Tara C. Clancy
As states reopen and employees and businesses return to work, employers may be faced with new challenges in light of the impacts stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. The K&L Gates labor and employment and privacy teams have developed a set of products and solutions, outlined below, that may be of assistance to employers navigating reopening concerns.

Checklists: (1) Responding to Employee with Confirmed Positive COVID-19 Test; and (2) Addressing Employee Death Caused by COVID-19
As clients begin to reopen, having an employee test positive is a real possibility. These checklists are designed to help guide clients through what to do. These two checklists are available for purchase as a set for a flat fee of $500.

Families First Coronavirus Response Act Leave Forms: (1) Policy, (2) Employee Application Form, and (3) Approval/Denial/Response Form
Businesses with fewer than 500 employees will need to offer FFCRA leave to their employees. Our FFCRA Response Act Forms are available for purchase as a set for a flat fee of $500.

Reopening Strategies for U.S. Employers
This free guide is available for downloading on the K&L Gates HUB site (click here).

Return to Work Business Solutions for U.S. Employers
This product is described in detail here. We are offering a variety of “Return to Work” policies that clients may need, modified by their location. The solution is offered to clients on a flat fee based on the number of locations they have: $2,500 for one location; $7,500 for up to 5 locations; $13,000 for up to 10 locations; $16,500 for up to 15 locations; and $20,000 for up to 20 locations. Additional pricing options are available for larger organizations.

This publication/newsletter is for informational purposes and does not contain or convey legal advice. The information herein should not be used or relied upon in regard to any particular facts or circumstances without first consulting a lawyer. Any views expressed herein are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the law firm’s clients.

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COVID-19: Products and Solutions for Employers Navigating Reopening