COVID-19 Toolkit and Resources

At Infinisource Benefit Services, we want to help our customers manage the COVID-19 situation as effectively as possible. Through our HR Legal Services, powered by myHRcounsel, clients can receive advice on critical business issues, particularly those involving HR and employment.

The extreme response to COVID-19 has many employers panicking. Most, if not all workplaces can be considered areas in which groups congregate in close contact. How do employers keep their businesses running and their employees safe? What can employers do before, during, and after a case of COVID-19 strikes their workforce? myHRcounsel has compiled an extensive guide to answer all your workplace questions about COVID-19.

myHRcounsel was founded to provide on-demand advice, backed by lawyers, to address employment-related issues and concerns. Today and in the coming weeks, COVID-19 is the issue with which employers are most significantly concerned. In order to further assist your organization in this unprecedented situation, HR Legal Services, powered by myHRcounsel, are available at no additional charge to all customers.

Through this platform, you have access to the HR Legal Services COVID-19 toolkit, which includes a comprehensive website, updated hourly with information regarding the latest updates and issues that relate to employers.

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In addition to the website, HR Legal Services, powered by myHRcounsel, allows users to submit questions related to COVID-19 employment issues and concerns. You can reach out via email to get help from 50+ attorneys and receive a response within two hours or less. Information about the virus and regulations is changing quickly, so a rapid response from an attorney could greatly benefit your organization.

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Overview of COVID-19

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (abbreviated COVID-19) is a disease caused by a new virus named SARS-CoV-2. COVID-19 was first detected in China and is now present in over 100 international locations, including the United States. The World Health Organization, US Department of Health and Human Services, and more than 30 states have declared a public health emergency in response to COVID-19.

COVID-19 is spread when people are in close contact with each other. Due to the risk of transmission by close contact, lawmakers all across the globe have closed or canceled events or locations where large groups congregate. The governor of New York ended all gatherings of more than 500 people, Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts have closed, and the NBA, MLS, NHL, and MLB have all suspended or delayed their seasons.