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As the state begins to reopen, what do churches in Colorado need to do to ensure that they will be ready to hold legal in-person church services during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Employees may be going back to work soon, but without a vaccine, COVID-19 could continue to be an issue in the workplace. Here we discuss what an employer should do if an employee tests positive for COVID-19.
What is the Payroll Protection Program? How can an employer qualify for loan forgiveness? What are the application details? This post will discuss the law and give guidance on how to apply.
Can churches accept government funding and still maintain their religious liberty? The short answer is “yes.” This post will discuss the law, concerns, and give guidance on how to apply.
Every organization should have a telecommuting policy in place to protect the organization and promote best practice with its employees, now more than ever during stay-at-home orders. We discuss best practices here.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has many employers wondering how much longer they can afford to keep their workers employed. How can employers avoid layoffs while protecting the financial health of the organization?
In a guest article by Derek Schroeder of Schroeder Law, he gives a brief overview of the federal immigration laws applying to religious organizations. This includes dealing with the alphabet of Visas, prohibitions, and requirements found in the Immigration and Nationality Act and its attendant regulations.
A multi-chapter resource which explains insurance. Let us help you evaluate your insurance coverage and make sure you have what you need, and more.
Cases of COVID-19 have now been confirmed in all 50 states and the virus is spreading across the country. What do employers need to know about doing business during the COVID-19 pandemic?
To curb the spread of the COVID-19, many states have banned large gatherings. What does this mean for churches? Can the government force churches to cancel services? What are the legal consequences if churches refuse?