Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Guide and Forms for Requesting Leave or Accommodations
The Center for WorkLife Law has issued Guides for Requesting Leave or Accommodations Needed Because of the Coronavirus Pandemic. From that page, you can click through specific topics to find fillable forms with all the information required legally required for an employer to grant a leave request. EXAMPLE: Request for Paid Sick Leave – for Caring for an Individual Who Has Been Advised to Stay Home or Self-Quarantine Because of Coronavirus.
Compilation of Families First and CARES Act paid leave benefits:
- Who has access to COVID-19 emergency leave benefits? (simple chart)
- Annotated chart (most detail) This comprehensive chart includes full details explaining who is - and who is not - included in benefits, as well as an overview of the benefits.
The above were developed by the Ohio Women's Public Policy Network, Policy Matters Ohio, PL+US, and Innovation Ohio, but are applicable nationwide. They are current as of April 30, 2020, and will be updated as needed based on additional legislative measures or rules. No applicable federal legislation has been enacted since then.
See also Paid Sick Days and Paid Leave Provisions in FFCRA and CARES Act [online; PDF] (Center for Law and Social Policy, 5/6/20)
Monday, June 1, 2020
Indiana's Primary Election Day is TOMORROW (June 2, 2020) and IDR staff will be available to answer your Election Day questions. Call 1-800-622-4845 from 6:00am - 7:00 pm (EDT) an we will respond to your call. If you don't talk to one of our staff directly, leave a voicemail with your name and your contact phone number and DO NOT leave your polling location. We will return your call as as soon as possible.
From the National Center on Law & Elder Rights