A little known way to avoid the Families First Coronavirus Response Act’s crushing burden on small business

Can you afford to pay out mandatory sick leave required by HR 6201? With this simple solution, you could avoid it altogether.

Small businesses need the flexibility to deal with the uncertainty and disruption caused by COVID-19. Starting April 2nd through the end of 2020, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (HR 6201), requires small businesses to provide paid mandatory sick leave to all full-time employees.

This legislation imposes potentially unsustainable mandates on small businesses. If your business is required to cover employees on sick leave, while suffering from reduced or non-existent revenue, a PEO can help.

What is a PEO?
A Professional Employer Organization (PEO) is a partner company that can give your employees better benefits, save you money, and take HR and compliance off your plate. It’s how you offer Fortune 500 benefits no matter what size company you are.

How can a PEO help me avoid paying this new government-mandated sick leave?
Businesses with over 500 people avoid the requirements. A co-employment relationship managed by a PEO means your employees are now on the payroll of a larger company. You just need to work with a PEO with over 500 employees, such as The Caputo Group.

About The Caputo Group
For over 25 years, we’ve saved NW business owners hundreds of thousands of dollars in potential compliance issues and lawsuits. Because we remove so many business tasks, the majority of our clients have seen their businesses grow by an average of 15%.

To learn how your business could potentially avoid the burden of HR 6201 mandatory employee sick leave, request a free personal consultation below.

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