#WorkforceWednesday: Mobile Tracking Technologies, Added PPP Flexibility, Return-to-Work Plans - Employment Law This Week®

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Welcome to #WorkforceWednesday. Here’s the week’s top workforce management and employment law news:

Mobile Tracking Technologies (video featuring attorneys Adam Forman, Karen Mandelbaum, and George Whipple)

Mobile technologies, including contact tracing and screening apps, will help safely bring employees back to work. However, there are a range of employment law and privacy concerns to consider before implementing these technologies. Attorneys Adam Forman and Karen See more +

Welcome to #WorkforceWednesday. Here’s the week’s top workforce management and employment law news:

Mobile Tracking Technologies (video featuring attorneys Adam Forman, Karen Mandelbaum, and George Whipple)

Mobile technologies, including contact tracing and screening apps, will help safely bring employees back to work. However, there are a range of employment law and privacy concerns to consider before implementing these technologies. Attorneys Adam Forman and Karen Mandelbaum tell us more.

Added PPP Flexibility

Last week, Congress relaxed various rules of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), intending to address the fear by many small businesses that their PPP loans will not be forgiven because the requirements for forgiveness are too burdensome.

Best Practices: Return-to-Work Plans

To help ensure against discriminatory practices, return-to-work plans should address the recall process and selection criteria, the treatment of vulnerable populations, flexibility for caregivers, and whether and under what circumstances test results should be considered when selecting employees for recall, continued furloughs, or layoffs.

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