Offices get set for the ‘new abnormal’
Spacing of desks, use of conference rooms, the hours you work — even the direction you walk — are coming under scrutiny.
Top Long Island Workplaces deadline extended
The program’s emphasis on employee engagement is “more important than ever” in challenging times, an official said.
Paycheck Protection Program uses more than half its funding
Officials said $175.7 billion in federal loan guarantees for Paycheck Protection Program loans were used between April 27 and May 1.
Fear likely to slow LI’s economic recovery
The local economy won’t rebound fully until a vaccine or treatment for the coronavirus is found, economists say.
Small business: Generating cash flow during pandemic
Under the CARES Act, you can delay the 6.2% employer’s portion of the Social Security payroll tax through Dec. 31, 2020 and then pay 50% by Dec. 31, 2021 and the other 50% by Dec. 31, 2022.
Be mindful of estate planning amid COVID-19 pandemic
With the coronavirus taking the lives of so many, experts in estate planning say now is the time to get your will in order.
How LIers are spending their stimulus payments
Recipients are putting the one-time remittances into everything from rent to charity.
LI’s new weekly jobless claims dip again
28,592 Long Island residents filed for unemployment, bringing the number over the last 6 weeks to more than 233,000.
Some TLC for medical workers on the front lines
Free and reduced-rate hotel rooms are helping essential workers rest easy during the COVID-19 crisis.
Scanner checks for symptoms in seconds, LI firm says
Soter Technologies’ SymptomSense scanner has attracted interest from the NFL, cruise lines and countries, CEO says.