How does the government ensure people are looking for jobs during unemployment and social distancing? If there's a telecommute need, then there's a potential solution to get people employed. Tele-commuting is also very desirable to parents with young children, who already face thousands of dollars in child care expenses for summer camp, after school care or day... more »
I would be grateful for one website that HR professionals and business... more »
For programs that must remain in place and requires reporting and auditing, the government should provide the safe software... more »
This new normal of sanitizing all surfaces, continuing to wear masks and gloves, being cognizant of what WE touch, how we sneeze, how we cough, how WE decontaminate ourselves when we return home/work,... more »
The communities with the lowest crime rates and highest quality of life KNOW they are part of a community (social cohesion). With all the bipartisanism that's been going on, reuniting... more »
I've had people that qualify for unemployment benefits, but have been rejected for UI benefits for up to 4 weeks. They've taken all the steps suggested via the ESD website to no avail. As the employer it would be nice to have a specific phone number to call... more »
There needs to be a direct line of regulation because there is a flood of regulations from Federal, State,... more »
Some positions still require TB tests that are totally outdated and useless, and other arcane licensure requirements could help speed up hiring in the social services.
The Administration has issued temporary compliance relief clarifications through several agencies that allow for good faith efforts to comply with non-essential requirements. The Administration is encouraged to provide clarity in a manner that provides a transition period for that notice, when appropriate, to employers of when and how these temporary enforcement policies will terminate.