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Maryland employees will be allowed to share and discuss each other’s pay, and even request wage ranges when applying for jobs—as employers’ access to wage history is diminished. A version of the Crown Act will also take effect in Maryland.
Pursuant to a new rule from the IRS/DOL, key ERISA deadlines, including COBRA election and premium payment deadlines will be tolled during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The D.C. Council this week passed sweeping legislation that seeks to ensure that D.C. residents unable to work because of the COVID-19 emergency are covered by existing leave and/or unemployment benefits.
Maryland, DC and Virginia have all taken steps to expand unemployment insurance eligibility for employees impacted by COVID-19.
Businesses that have not yet laid off or furloughed employees as a result of the Coronavirus, may want to wait to see whether Congress will be able to pass a new bill providing loans and loan forgiveness to small and mid-sized businesses to help them continuing paying employees.