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Host3 @etzchayim.org
32:01
could everyone please mute their mics?
csugold
32:28
The host should mute everyone except Marc.
Jocelyn Richards Temple Emanuel
32:52
thank you
Karen Martin
41:09
Is it commonly a payroll deduction? Members of our board have said that it's usually paid by employer rather than deducted from employee pay.
Michelle Taylor
41:51
It is paid by the employer.
lindapeck
44:22
That would be GREAT!
Karen Martin
44:43
Will the application of "others" be determined by the state?
Alan Halpern (he)
44:57
Will the slides be available after this session? And a recording (to URJ/NATA members, too?)
Susan Kasper
45:18
Then we will have to contribute retroactively?
martha
45:44
Will we need to pay back unemployment benefits that may be given?
Lauren Marks-Cabanas
48:15
Whoever is the host should be able to mute all
Ken Turkewitz
48:24
Helen has the ability to mute people.
Ken Turkewitz
48:40
The background noise is coming from “Administrator”.
Rachel Gross
48:55
The administrator can also designate a co-host who can mute people
Cathy
49:00
can pay cuts be varied across group Different for clergy, vs. preschool vs. custodial
Debbie Zeger
49:03
Can pay cuts be made to employees who are under contract?
Debbie Zeger
50:36
I checked with my health insurance company and was advised employees on furlough can stay on health insurance plan but temple will have to cover total premium
Alan Halpern (he)
53:32
If you have a letter of agreement that stipulates the employee is an at-will employee, can you unilaterally change the terms of employment or are you choices onto to continue employment or terminate?L
Temple Isaiah
54:21
The contract vs. non-contract employees is where the discrimination lies.
ALIZA GOLAND
59:42
We agreed last night to continue paying everyone at least through April.
Amy Schwach
01:00:00
us, too.
Rachel Gross
01:00:11
us too
Temple Isaiah
01:00:24
Us through 5/31 (our fiscal year)
Wayne Keil
01:00:39
New law has an SBA loan program that will be forgiven if all employees are paid. At least that's what was said. Have you been able to find the details of that in the legislation?
Alan Halpern (he)
01:01:52
Not for Marc: how many are starting to think about the impact of not being able to hold HHD services in person?
Steve Kaufman
01:01:59
I thought the speaker said earlier in the call that employees can apply for unemployment compensation even if their hours are decreased. In other words, they need not be totally laid off to qualify for benefits. But his last statement seemed to contradict his earlier statement. Can we please ask him to clarify this point.
Ohavi Zedek Synagogue, Sarah Glassman
01:03:02
Can the tuition payment be considered a charitable donation if we require it for families to hold their preschool spot? (they are getting something for the tuition, just not the education for their children)
Morristown Jewish Center
01:03:45
What about PT workers (teachers)?
Margalit Ir
01:05:04
can you please write out the income and unemployment issue. Did I understand that employees can collect from State and employer to be kept whole.
ALIZA GOLAND
01:05:44
my understanding is the synagogue will be reimbursed through payroll tax credit
ALIZA GOLAND
01:07:03
for emergency sick tie
ALIZA GOLAND
01:07:10
time
lindapeck
01:07:27
So if we’ve paid last week and this week as paid leave, that doesn’t count because this starts on April 1?
ALIZA GOLAND
01:08:57
Linda - that's how I understand it
Temple Isaiah
01:09:05
That is a huge nuance!
Alan Halpern (he)
01:09:29
Are there any critical differences between terms or conditions of employment between work when one is presently on site and telework?
ALIZA GOLAND
01:10:07
good question Alan - what about work comp?
lindapeck
01:10:18
Thanks, Aliza.
Alan Halpern (he)
01:11:35
What about the impossibility of providing childcare simultaneously with working full or part time? It's only so possible to have a two-year-old on your lap for a zoom meeting.
Rachel Gross
01:13:14
Unfortunately, it’s extremely difficult to get tested, so the state add’l paid leave is hard to get to
Sheila Goldman
01:13:48
I came on late. Did you address non-profits who do not pay into unemployment?
Rachel Gross
01:13:55
yes
Rachel Gross
01:15:02
can we continue covering the main slides?
Andrew Maayan
01:15:39
My primary questions are regarding people who choose to stay home without a medical or family need.
Robert Salvin
01:19:22
What about the loan provision in the bill where if we continue to pay employees, we can borrow the money and the loan is later forgiven?
ALIZA GOLAND
01:19:48
there are so may complications and contraictios
sheryl
01:20:49
Can you explain more about the WorkShare option?
Temple Isaiah
01:20:56
What if you did an interest free loan that you forgive upon return to employment?
Alan Halpern (he)
01:21:16
Seems like we need to know first if UI will be available to our employees, which will vary by state, before we choose how to separate and compensate at separation. We could put people in worse position by trying to be nice.
ALIZA GOLAND
01:22:15
this is a full employment guarantee for HR attorneys
Meryl Natter
01:22:23
If our PT employee also has a separate FT job, can they collect unemployment for the PT job they do for our synagogue?
Judy Izes
01:22:47
Thank you!
lindapeck
01:22:59
Thank you. This was so helpful!
Lauren Marks-Cabanas
01:22:59
Thank you
Karen Martin
01:23:05
More than the slides, I want his answers to the questions on the slides...
Marlboro Jewish Center
01:23:06
thank you, this was super helpful
Administrator
01:23:11
Is this correct? If you furlough they may be eligible for unemployment, but if you keep paying, you may be able to have an SBA loan loan forgiven?.
Lori Dafilou
01:23:12
Thank you!
Debbie Zeger
01:23:12
thank you!
Karen Martin
01:23:13
Thank you!
Margalit Ir
01:23:13
Very valuable
Jane Sable-Friedman
01:23:16
Thank you, very helpful
Administrator
01:23:21
Thank you
Robert Rich
01:23:23
thank you very much
Debbie Zeger
01:23:45
will there be a recording of this made available?
Alyssa Faulkenberg
01:23:51
Thank you for this very useful information!
Rachel Gross
01:24:02
Can we do a follow-up webinar? Still so much to learn…
nickyspivak
01:24:06
Thank you!
Karen Martin
01:24:12
Agreed with Rachel!
Director
01:24:15
timely!
Debra Lytle
01:24:21
Thank you!
Susan Canning
01:24:25
Thank you!