COVID-19 Resources for Employers
UPDATED 2/9/2022 6:06am PT:
We know you’ve been exposed to a great amount of information about the COVID-19 crisis and what it means for your practice. In order to better serve you, we’ve compiled a list of resources to help you make sense of all the information available.
Vaccination Policy/Declination Forms
> Vaccination Policy/Declination Forms Available for Download (CA)
> Vaccination Policy/Declination Forms Available for Download (WA)
> Vaccination Policy/Declination Forms Available for Download (Denver)
> COVID-19 Exposure & Positive Test Result for Employees or Patients
Webinar and Live Q&A Recordings
DISCLAIMER: Due to the rapidly changing guidance on these regulations, some information from these webinars may no longer be up to date. Please note the date of the recording prior to watching.
> Recorded 8/26/2021
> Can I Require My Employees to Take the COVID Vaccine?
> Air Date October 28, 2020
> Recorded July 8, 2020
> Recorded June 10, 2020
> Recorded May 29, 2020
> Recorded May 8, 2020
> Recorded May 7, 2020
- How to Re-Open Your Practice + Q&A with Ali Oromchian, JD, LL.M
> Recorded April 29, 2020
> Recorded April 27,2020
> Recorded April 16, 2020
> Recorded March 27,2020
> Recorded March 23,2020
> Henry Schein Webinar: COVID-19 & The Impact on Your Practice> Recorded March 20,2020
> Recorded March 16,2020
Unemployment Links by State
Quarantining & Safety for COVID-19
> CDC: How to conduct a risk assessment
Families First Coronavirus Response Act
Practice Management & Guidance
If you are a current HR for Health client and have additional questions, please reach out to our team by calling 877-779-4747. Please keep in mind that due to an influx in questions related to the COVID-19 outbreak, our response time may be slower than usual but we will get back to you as soon as we can!
If you are not a current HR for Health client and have additional questions, please schedule an HR consultation with us by booking time here or calling us at 877-779-4747, option 1.
Quick note: This is not to be taken as legal or HR advice. Since employment laws change over time and can vary by location and industry, consult a lawyer or HR expert for specific guidance. Learn about HR for Health's HR services