COVID-19 Preparedness Center
Message from our CEO
As we navigate this challenging global event and prepare to go back to work, our thoughts go out to those impacted by COVID-19. TriNet continues to closely monitor the situation and is following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations for preventing spread of the virus.
We value the trust you place in us and remain steadfast in our responsibility to help support your people and your business. We are honored to serve you as we come together in this uncertain time.
Insights and Perspective
Are You Ready for 2022? HR Tips to Help Your Business Thrive This Year
It’s 2022 and if the last two years have taught us anything, it’s to expect the unexpected. This year is already bringing more pandemic-related challenges for many and nobody can predict what else may come.
Supporting Employee Well-Being as Your Business Returns to the Workplace
The start of the COVID-19 pandemic prompted many small and medium-size businesses to rapidly pivot how they do business. For most companies, this meant the move to a remote workforce during much of 2020 and even well into 2021.
Turning the Great Resignation into the Great Retention: Expert Tips for Keeping Your Employees Happy
During COVID-19, as several businesses pivoted their operations to meet the challenges they suddenly faced, many individuals started to look inward also. As internationally renowned workforce strategist and management trendspotter Seth Mattison shared at TriNet PeopleForce, “when the pandemic hit, we were given the gift of introspection.”
What will the post-pandemic workplace look like?
Early in March, President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 into law, which offers aid to small and medium-size businesses and their employees impacted by the COVID pandemic. Watch this webcast as we break down the new relief package, explain how it interacts with previous COVID relief laws, and analyze the most important issues for you as a business leader.
Legislative Update: What the New COVID-19 Stimulus Package Means for SMBs
On December 27, 2020, President Trump signed the latest relief bill into law, which offers much-needed aid to small and medium-size businesses (SMBs). Join us for a live webinar as we break down what the new stimulus package means for SMBs, including Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Changes and the New PPP “Second Draw” Loans.
COVID and Mental Health: What employers and HR need to know
In this webinar presented by TriNet and FEI, the Workforce Resilience Experts, you'll hear about the impact that COVID is having on employees' mental health and productivity and how employees’ mental health impacts the health of a company. Join this VB Live event to learn about the internal strategies organizations need now to support employees.
Navigating Difficult Employee Leave Scenarios in a Post-Pandemic World
On-demand Webcast | June 17, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has left an enduring impact on the workplace, causing employers to continue to navigate a maze of medical leave issues amidst shifts to virtual or hybrid workplaces. In this webinar, TriNet and experts from Littler, a leading employment law firm, tackle the most common yet difficult leave and accommodation scenarios that business leaders have encountered as we progress to a post-pandemic world.
CARES Act, PPP & More
Your Guide to the CARES Act: Intro to The Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits and Venues Act
TriNet | Harris Poll
Preparing for Recovery
Most SMB leaders (70%) have a recovery strategy in place, and two thirds (68%) expect their businesses will be able to bounce back in 6 months or less once they’re able to operate at full capacity again. Dealing with the economic downturn and new social distancing requirements rise to the top in terms of recovery challenges, even more so than recovering from lost sales. Find out whether SMBs think their business will be stronger, weaker or about the same as it was before the pandemic—the results may surprise you.
Business Continuity Planning
Nearly 7 in 10 (69%) SMBs have a formalized business continuity plan in place, but of these, nearly half (46%) haven’t updated it within the past year or had a plan specifically to handle a pandemic (only 18%). Find out what changes SMB leaders have already made, or plan to make, to their continuity plans after their experience handling the COVID-19 crisis and in which specific areas.
Pain Points and Support
In light of the difficulties, 86% of SMB leaders say their business has handled the challenges brought on by the pandemic well. And the support that SMBs feel from colleagues and community has played a big role. Find out what the single most difficult area of dealing with the COVID-19 crisis has been – it may not be what you might expect.
TriNet continues to closely monitor the situation and is following recommendations from:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
World Health Organization
Federal Emergency Management Agency
U.S. Small Business Administration
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