myHRcounsel Covid-19 Tool Kit

myHRcounsel was created to provide on-demand advice, backed by lawyers, to the many issues that arise in the employment relationship. As COVID-19 (aka “coronavirus”) has become the issue employers are significantly concerned with today and in the upcoming weeks, the need for on-demand legal information, interpretation of laws, drafting letters and policies, and providing attorney backed advice (not media-based opinions) to protect your employees and your business has exponentially increased the past few weeks.

For our clients, you know from the thousands of legal questions submitted to our attorney portal that we have the answers, to the extent they are available, and we provide those answers in minutes (not days or weeks).

Keeping with our goal to provide immediate legal information and advice and protect our clients’ businesses and their employees, we have created the myHRcounsel COVID-19 “Toolkit” – and this webpage.

Please feel free to visit this site for the most recent (and always updated) information as we continue to monitor all information, data, and facts as well as the many federal and state laws being put in place.

If after reviewing this you have specific questions not covered by these materials, please feel free to open a new ticket by clicking here.


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“When the COVID-19 Pandemic was ravaging our country, more responsibility fell on the H.R. Department to keep up to date with all of the changes, promote and implement safety measures within their company, and address employees' concerns and fears. I utilized myHRcounsel during this time to answer compliance questions and if it were not for their support, I would be spending an uncomfortable amount of time trying to research, analyze, and translate all of the constantly updated legislation.”
- Joshua Matthews

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COVID-19 Critical Information

COVID-19 Overview

COVID-19 FAQs– Updated 3/27/2020

Remote Workers – Issues to Know

State Re-openings (May 1, 2020)

July 1, 2021 Minimum Wage Updates
June 17, 2021

Effective on July 1, 2021, two states, and many major cities are increasing their minimum wage, which will require changes to your payroll if you operate or have employees in those states or cities.  Nationally, the federal minimum wage remains at $7.25 per hour, but many states, cities, and counties are now well over the... Read More (Read More...)

June 14th Newsletter
June 15, 2021

Here’s What You’ll Find in our June 14th Weekly Legal Brief Blog of the Week- Wage Deduction Series Tip of the Week- Wage Deductions Webinar Invite- Parting Doesn’t Have to be Such Sweet Sorrow: Best Practices for Conducting Smoother Terminations HR and Employment Law Updates COVID-19 Tool Kit Click here to view (Read More...)

June 14 Tip of the Week
June 14, 2021

Although it can seem tempting to take deductions from a departing employee’s final wages for unreturned uniforms or equipment, most states do not allow such a deduction to be made absent an employee express written consent.  If the employee has not returned company property by the deadline specified in your policies and refuses to allow... Read More (Read More...)


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