COVID 2020

Coming out of Stay at Home Order – Greene County & Springfield

Greene County & Springfield Stepping out of Stay at Home

Revised Civil Emergency Order for Springfield & Greene County – April 30, 2020 Missouri’s Economic Reopening Order and Phase 1 Guildlines – April 27, 2020 The City of Springfield and Greene County held a press conference on April 30th 2020 to introduce the new Civil Emergency Order (click here to view Exhibit A). The new…

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Steps for Coming Out of the Stay at Home Order – Missouri

Stepping Out of Stay at Home

Economic Reopening Order Phase 1 – Guidelines & FAQs See Updated County and City Orders On April 27th Governor Parsons announced the first state-wide step for coming out of the current Stay At Home order. This first step, effective May 4th, allows for ALL businesses to re-open with several specific requirements. Some of these requirements are:…

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Fun Activity Workbook for Kids

HBA Activity Book Maze Page 6

Kids are at home now with more time on their hands than usual. So, your Home Builders Association (in collaboration with other HBAs) is offering a free activity workbook with puzzles, coloring pages and other creative activities to not only keep your children busy, but stimulate their minds and provide education about construction. Our Goal…

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NAHB COVID-19 Job Site Safety Stand Down

 What & When: Construction companies are being asked to conduct a COVID-19 Job Site Safety Stand Down by stopping work on Thursday, April 16, 2020, to talk directly with employees and subcontractors about the respiratory illness associated with a novel coronavirus, COVID-19, including safe work practices and protocols and company safety policies.  Three Steps to…

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Answers to Common Questions – 4th Edition COVID-19 Video – HM Risk

In this video series (4th edition), HM Risk Management covers the topics below: · FFCRA Tax Credits · Paycheck Protection & Small Business Debt Relief Programs · FFCRA Resources and Feedback page now open from the DOL · FFCRA Temporary Rule updates & CARES Act modifications · New FAQ’s from employers over the past week…

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Updates in All Areas of HR & Risk Management – Connell Insurance

Updates in all areas of HR and Risk Management, templates and forms for small employers, and an interactive map to track progression. This is free to the public and accessible on our website, for self-navigation. Visit the Connell Insurance COVID-19 page at https://www.connell.com/blog/covid-19-updates/ Follow Hunter Johnson @: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hunter-johnson

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GOVERNOR PARSON ISSUES STATEWIDE “STAY HOME MISSOURI” ORDER TO CONTROL, CONTAIN & COMBAT COVID-19

JEFFERSON CITY — Building on Missouri’s efforts to control, contain, and combat COVID-19, Governor Mike Parson issued a statewide “Stay Home Missouri” Order effective beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, April 6, 2020, until 11:59 p.m. on Friday, April 24, 2020.  The Order explicitly states that individuals currently residing within the state of Missouri shall avoid leaving their homes…

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Greene County and City leaders support additional efforts to control COVID-19

On April 3, 2020, Governor Mike Parson highlighted the state’s ongoing efforts to respond to the COVID-19 crisis in Missouri. During that briefing he called for a statewide Stay at Home Missouri Order. The Governor’s Order is effective beginning at 12:01 a.m. Monday, April 6 through Friday, April 24.  To help clarify for citizens, the…

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Agency Resources for Coronavirus Response – Employers, Families, Workers, Industry & Health Care

Resources for employers, families, workers, industries and health care. Click here for the most updated version of this information at Senate RPC. KEEPING WORKERS EMPLOYED Small Business Administration – Coronavirus Small Business Guidance and Loan Resources Paycheck Protection Program COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan Application Treasury Department – Resources for the Paycheck Protection Program Overview of the Program Information for Lenders Information for Borrowers…

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COVID-19 Basic Infection Prevention Measures – Safe Job Site Practices

In order to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and respect the health of others and their families – please follow these basic prevention measures. Para ayudar a frenar la propagación de COVID-19 y respetar la salud de los demás y sus familias, siga estas medidas básicas de prevención. Stay home if you are sick.…

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Fraud Threats Due to COVID-19 – KPM CPAs

HOW COVID-19 POSES NEW FRAUD THREATS TO VULNERABLE BUSINESSES by KPM CPAs and Advisors Scam artists know how anxious business owners are during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. They know that as you struggle to meet customer demands, pay employees, and stay solvent, you are more likely to drop your guard and fall for a…

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Business & Employees Impact of Regulations Recently Passed – Video

HM Risk video addressing COVID-19 and the regulations that have been quickly passed lately – including the impact on businesses and their employees. In today’s session: CARES Act – business impact of the economic stimulus for large and small employers Cyber security considerations Employee communication topics (attachments are included with this email in case anyone…

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DHS Designation for Home Building as ‘Essential’ is Not Mandatory

NAHB Construction Essential by Department of Home Land Security

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on March 28 designated construction of single-family and multifamily housing as an “Essential Infrastructure Business.” Although the original post noted that this designation was not mandatory, there has been some confusion on what exactly it means. The DHS states that its “designation is advisory in nature. It is not, nor should…

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Business Resources – KPM CPAs

Here are some business resources provided by KPM CPAs: SBA OFFERING LOANS TO SMALL BUSINESSES HIT HARD BY COVID-19 FAMILIES FIRST CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE ACT DETAILS F.A.Q. on Stimulus Checks, Unemployment and the Coronavirus Bill Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Q&A For more please visit the KPM website – click here

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