To help employers protect their workers and stay out of trouble, OSHA has outlined 6 federal health and safety standards that apply to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now is not the time to loosen restrictions or take a more relaxed approach to COVID-19. To keep people safe, employers need to buckle up for a long, bumpy ride.
Anxiety is a rational response to the COVID-19 pandemic. But you can—and you should—help your employees manage their stress levels. Here’s how.
According to a recent NADA study, auto dealers are becoming more resilient and efficient in the COVID-19 era by transitioning to online sales.
Q: If we haven’t had an onboarding process for our employees until this point, do we need to go back and “re-onboard” people?
Selling a vehicle over the internet? Be aware of the Federal Trade Commission’s Cooling-Off Rule, which gives buyers 3 days to cancel, among other things.
Here are some practical ways to plan for and prevent heat-related illnesses—while continuing to fight against COVID-19 infection in the workplace.
Think carefully before you take action against an employee for speaking up about workplace health and safety concerns.
There are important distinctions between furloughed and laid-off employees, and legal considerations for asking either to return to work post-COVID outbreak.