Coronavirus Covid-19 Human Resource Management
Human Resources & Office Management for COVID-19
We will be updating this page often to provide current information on HR management recommendations and practices for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Click on the links below for information prepared by the American Medical Association (AMA) on reopening a medical practice during these challenging times.
- AMA Home Page – A Physician Practice Guide to Reopening
- AMA – A Physician Practice Guide to Reopening (PDF)
Resources for the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
- DOL Employee Paid Leave Rights – Access here
- DOL Employer Paid Leave Requirements – Access here
- DOL FFCRA Questions and Answers – Access here
- DOL COVID-19 and the FLSA – Access here
- DOL COVID-19 and the FMLA – Access here
- DOL Employee Rights Poster – Access here
- DOL Employee Rights Poster FAQ – Access here
- OSHA Guidance on Preparing Workplace – Access here
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) requires certain employers to provide their employees with paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19. The Department of Labor’s (Department) Wage and Hour Division (WHD) administers and enforces the new law’s paid leave requirements. These provisions will apply from the effective date through December 31, 2020. Read more…
This session will be hosted by Philip Dickey, the HR Director for DoctorsManagement, LLC. In this session, Philip will address pressing concerns for any practice administrator or HR team regarding quarantine, work from home concerns, FMLA, management of high risk employees vs. non-high risk, and much more. Click to learn more and order…
This training is part of the NAMAS COVID-19 On-Demand Educational Series. NAMAS, a division of DoctorsManagement.
This PDF document offers guidelines to help medical practice handle staff reductions for non-exempt hourly employees and exempt salaried employees. This information is for educational purposes only. Please contact your local attorney for advice as specific scenarios should be handled on a case-by-case basis; state guidelines might apply.
Important reminders: Determine with the physician(s) what staff they need to cover the expected workload. Check with your broker regarding if insurance plans will continue to cover employees with temporary reduced work schedules. Check with your local state unemployment office regarding partial/full unemployment due to temporary reduced work schedule. The practice may be able to file a “mass unemployment claim” on behalf of the employees. Download the PDF
Congress has now enacted the “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” (the “Act”).
The FFCRA contains two separate laws that impose paid family and sick leave obligations on employers with fewer than 500 employees. The purpose of this article is to address the expanded FMLA leave entitlement portion of the legislation which will take effect on Thursday, April 2, 2020. Download the PDF
Guidance on Paid Leave and the Families First Coronavirus Response ActCongress has now enacted the “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” (the “Act”). The paid sick leave and expanded FMLA leave entitlements will take effect on Thursday, April 2, 2020.
This document summarizes Paid Sick Leave (The Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act), the Expanded FMLA Leave (The Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act) as well as related Tax Credits. Download the PDF
COVID-19 Webinar Education SeriesCreated as part of the on-demand education sessions delivered by NAMAS, a division of DoctorsManagement to assist you in preparing to handle the COVID-19 pandemic in your office. Review education from the HR, practice management, coding, HIPAA, lab, and telehealth perspectives.HR Pandemic Quandries: This session will be hosted by Philip Dickey, the HR Director for DoctorsManagement, LLC. In this session, Philip will address pressing concerns for any practice administrator or HR team regarding quarantine, work from home concerns, FMLA, management of high risk employees vs. non-high risk, and much more.
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