Coronavirus and Human Resources

  As organizations across the country work to respond to the COVID-19 crisis the issues facing them seem to evolve minute by minute meaning your HR needs evolve along with it. This page provides a wealth of knowledge and resources assembled by Arc Human Capital to help fine tune your company's coronavirus response. For further help adapting policies and creating action plans that are right for you, please contact us here


For the most up to date information about the coronavirus from the CDC please click here

Be Practical, Stay Legal Part 2- March 25th

 In this webinar from Wednesday March 25th 2020, Adam & his co-presenters discuss how employers can respond to the coronavirus in legal and practical ways. This webinar covers everything from Paid Time Off to telework policies. Originally scheduled for one hour the presenters went into "overtime" fielding questions from the attendees.  

What COVID-19 Means for Employees - March 20th

What does coronavirus mean for my company and my employees?

What’s a furlough? What’s a layoff? What do these mean for employees? 


If you’re wondering the same things, you aren’t alone! Arc Human Capital Founder Adam Calli was recently interviewed for an article about these very topics. A discussion of the human resources and business implications of this outbreak with Business Insider on March 20th, resulted in an article exploring how businesses and employees are navigating this unprecedented pandemic. To read the article and get the answers to your questions click here.

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Be Practical, Stay Legal Webinar Part 1- March 18th

In this webinar from March 18th 2020, Adam & his co-presenters discuss how employers can respond to the coronavirus in legal and practical ways. This webinar covers everything from Paid Time Off to telework policies. 


NOTE: during this webinar review of required I-9 documents for  new hires was discussed. 48 hours later then USCIS issued a temporary adjustment to the requirement, so viewers are urged to review USCIS guidance which can be found on their website here

Emergency Work-From-Home Policy - March 13th

Ensure your company is prepared to telecommute in a pinch!

As the nation responds to the coronavirus, and working on-site seems un-safe, companies are turning to work-from-home programs to ensure productive continuity of operations. Adam contributed to an article by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce about implementing human capital policies and programs to support a sudden shift in the way business is being conducted. This article covers everything from how to get the word out about your policy changes, to what programs you can use to stay productive during this outbreak. 


Click here to read the article!

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