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Together SC General Member Call - Shared screen with speaker view
Tanika Epps
37:08
Tanika Epps, CEO, Communities In Schools of the Midlands
Larry Hembree
37:14
Larry Hembree, Columbia Children's Theatre
Shannon Owen
37:53
Shannon Owen, Greenville, SC; Independent Nonprofit Consultant
Amanda Cote
38:15
Amanda Cote, Charleston Parks Conservancy
Carole Swiecicki
38:19
Carole Swiecicki, Dee Norton Child 3
helenrogers
38:20
Helen Rogers, Lowcountry Land Trust - Charleston
Amy Wilson
38:21
Amy Wilson - One80 Place
susanberkowitz
38:23
Sue Berkowitz, Columbia SC Appleseed
Susan Witkowski Community Medical Clinic of Kershaw County
38:25
Susan Witkowski CEO Community Medical Clinic of Kershaw County Camden
Paige Knowlson
38:25
Paige Knowlson, Pattison's Academy, Charleston, SC
Lauren - Lowcountry Local First
38:27
Lauren Gellatly, Lowcountry Local First, Charleston
Gabby Totokotsopoulos
38:31
Gabby Totokotsopoulos, Charleston, SC Charleston wine + Food
Stacy
38:39
Stacy McCloghry - SC Governor's School for Science and Mathematics Foundation - Columbia, SC
Patricia Robertson
38:39
Pat Robertson, Public Education Partners Greenville County
virginiaannmullikin
38:43
Virginia Ann Mullikin, SC Free Clinic Association
Sharon
38:54
Sharon Wilson, COO, Greenville Humane Society
Barbara
38:56
Barbara Rackes, @SCWomenLead SC Women in Leadership, Midlands/
jeff
39:03
Jeff Becraft, Youth Corps, Columbia, SC
Bob Hervey
39:12
Bob Hervey, ED, East Cooper Habitat for Humanity, Mt. Pleasant.
Lauren - Lowcountry Local First
40:40
We're seeing that the new CARES act SBA loans will go through bank lenders, rather than SBA, even though they are 7a loans.
Jaye Jones Elliott
40:58
There will be both
Lauren - Lowcountry Local First
42:05
Yes: If someone has applied for the SBA Disaster Relief funding already and then applies for a 7a loan they will not be penalized. Like any loan if they are approved they can choose to accept the terms of the loan or not and therefore pick the one that is most favorable to them.
Amy Armstrong
43:20
Amy Armstrong, S.C. Environmental Law Project
Amy Ellisor, Camp Discovery
46:25
Amy Ellisor, ED, Camp Discovery, Blythewood, SC
Jubilee
47:00
Sandee Hensley at Jubilee Academy - Christian Montessori
Together SC Staff
48:41
https://www.dol.gov/agencies/whd/pandemic/ffcra-employer-paid-leave
Together SC Staff
48:53
www.scemployersblog.com
Tracy Bowie
53:45
That link isn't working for me
Tracy Bowie
54:40
I did get it to load.
Victoria Baker
01:00:13
COVID-19 Nonprofit Impact Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NonprofitImpact
Together SC Staff
01:01:06
Covered employers qualify for dollar-for-dollar reimbursement through tax credits for all qualifying wages paid under the FFCRA. Qualifying wages are those paid to an employee who takes leave under the Act for a qualifying reason, up to the appropriate per diem and aggregate payment caps. Applicable tax credits also extend to amounts paid or incurred to maintain health insurance coverage. For more information, please see the Department of the Treasury’s website.
Together SC Staff
01:01:57
Thanks Victoria for sharing the link to the survey - folks please save and complete when you can.
Carole Swiecicki
01:07:10
When we get to questions (I dobt want to forget!)... what would the difference be for an employee getting the 2 weeks paid emergency sick leave to care for a child vs qualifying under FMLA?
Laura Allen
01:07:54
As an employer, with no HR dept did I udnetstand we are to make any employee who has a child in school or da care we need to alert them that they are entitled to a leave?
Gabby Totokotsopoulos
01:14:26
If people are remotely working- do you send the poster digitally?
helenrogers
01:14:31
Will they send the model notice digitally?
Carole Swiecicki
01:14:33
Wow! Thank you. And thank you so much for hosting this Madeleine! (My daughter is asleep in her carrier on me right now so leaving video off.😊)
Lauren - Lowcountry Local First
01:15:11
This is so helpful. Could Together SC share a template for those notifications for employees?
susanberkowitz
01:15:19
Is it ok to share the notices that are on the DOL website and sending it to your employees
helenrogers
01:17:10
https://www.dol.gov/sites/dolgov/files/WHD/posters/FFCRA_Poster_WH1422_Non-Federal.pdf
Nancy Lee
01:18:31
Hypothetical scenario - An employee has a laptop, say is in fundraising or another job that CAN be done remotely. SC schools are closed. Does that mean IF the employee wants, despite being able to work remotely, given the COVID19 situation with social distancing in SC, that they could immediately say they want to take leave on April 1st?
Jubilee
01:19:04
About the SBA loans for non-profits - Will my personal FEMA SBA loan because of the FLOOD, interfere with our organization's eligibility, if I am the person filling out the application??
Susan Witkowski Community Medical Clinic of Kershaw County
01:19:37
thank you helen
Lauren - Lowcountry Local First
01:20:13
I'd love an answer to Nancy's question above
Gabby Totokotsopoulos
01:20:36
I would also like an answer to Nancy’s question too!
Laura Allen
01:20:47
Agree.. would like to hear response to Nancy's question
Laura Allen
01:23:08
So do we have to make all employees aware of this leave option?
Together SC Staff
01:23:28
Think they answered Nancy’s question?
Greg.Campbell
01:25:45
I disagree with intermittent FMLA option. According to the DOL Employee Rights the 12 weeks of leave are available over a 12-week period.
Crystal Campbell
01:27:53
Madeline, this is great. I look forward to more. I have to go to the next virtual meeting. Thanks.
Lauren - Lowcountry Local First
01:28:08
Thank you all! This is helpful, let's do more!
Nancy Lee
01:28:17
Thank you to Perry, Chris, and Together SC!
Shannon Lambert
01:28:21
Thank you!
seargle
01:28:22
Thank you.
Tanika Epps
01:28:25
Thank you!
Angela Eady
01:28:30
Thank you!!
Susan Witkowski Community Medical Clinic of Kershaw County
01:28:32
Thank you for offering an insight on how to manage this fluid situation for employee/employers. Blessings
dellawatkins
01:28:42
thank you for the help :)
pmaclennan
01:28:52
On Intermittent FMLA - we do not yet know if it applies
Tracy Bowie
01:29:25
Would love a list serve at this point since there are so many things changing
Chris Gantt-Sorenson
01:29:55
Employee can take intermittent leave in hours (480 for 40 hour week) or fmla for 12 weeks the employee decides - employer approves
Lauren - Lowcountry Local First
01:30:36
YES on unemployment and SBA Loans
jeff
01:30:50
Thank you!
Chris Gantt-Sorenson
01:30:52
Thanks for having us! Stay healthy! We enjoyed being here
Stacy
01:30:54
Thank you TogetherSC for this. I will continue to follow these each week. Stacy McCloghry
Michael
01:30:55
Thank you!
Susan Witkowski Community Medical Clinic of Kershaw County
01:30:57
yes thank you all
Dawn Lavoie
01:30:57
Thank you!
Jubilee
01:30:59
Thanks so much!!
Amanda Cote
01:30:59
Thank you!
Patricia Robertson
01:31:01
Thank you!!
Gabby Totokotsopoulos
01:31:08
thank you!
Debbie Nelson
01:31:09
Thank you !!!