Forework for Home Health Care
In addition to standard employment requirements, home care providers must comply with sensitive sleep and break-time rules for 24-hour caregivers. Forework’s team of home health experts are intimately familiar with nuanced employment requirements for home care providers and are ready to assist clients in this industry with all their labor and employment needs.
We take on the burden of compliance to reduce your exposure to employment claims, so you can focus on your patients.
The home healthcare industry faces an overwhelming number of compliance and payroll challenges, particularly when operating in multiple states. Regulations constantly change, resulting in time-consuming research and potential legal exposure.
The comprehensive services provided by Forework allow you to focus on providing great care and growing your business while limiting your exposure to HR-related claims. Blending compliance-focused technology with industry-leading counselors and experts, Forework will ensure that everything checks out.
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OSHA Issues Emergency Temporary Standard for Healthcare Employers
On June 10, 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) submitted for publication in the Federal Register its COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS), setting forth new mandatory safety requirements designed to protect workers from COVID-19. The much-anticipated ETS is generally applicable only to certain healthcare workplaces.