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In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, thousands of employers face the challenge of cleaning up significant physical damage and trying to return to operation. For many of these employers, the unusual days ahead may require special attention to many important issues, including employee leave and compensation, wage and hour issues and workplace safety.
A Message from SHRM CEO Hank Jackson
SHRM Online Coverage
When Disasters Strike: Pay, Leave and Related Issues
VETS-100 Filing Deadline Extension to November 9, 2012
IRS, DOL Offer Additional Tax Breaks, Payment and Reporting Extensions in Light of Hurricane Sandy
Disaster Leave Sharing Plans Made Available in Wake of Hurricane Sandy
Employee Leave Eligibility and Natural Disasters
Hurricane Sandy Raises Wage and Hour Issues
Keep Your Employees Safe During Disaster Cleanup
USCIS Offers Reprieve for Immigrants Affected by Hurricane Sandy
Families and Work Institute Resources
IRS Help for Victims of Hurricane Sandy
IRS Tax Relief and Assistance
U.S. DOL Disaster Unemployment Assistance
New York State Hurricane Sandy Department Services
New Jersey Hurricane Sandy Help Center
Connecticut Disaster Unemployment Assistance
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