To all our clients and partners,
We are here to assist our clients during this complicated time and hope everyone is staying safe!
The TEAM Companies, LLC (TTC) is fully operational and providing all our services as usual. While ensuring there is no disruption to business, we are protecting our workforce by implementing our remote working plan and using limited personnel in all office locations. In cases where cities or states that we operate in require following a shelter-in-place plan, we remain fully functional. Please note that you can continue to reach your TTC rep during standard business hours using their TTC email address and phone number.
We know many employees have questions about their taxes, workers’ compensation and unemployment insurance. Federal and state governments are hard at work updating their policies. TTC is tracking all regulatory changes and will be ready to implement updates as required.
Please see below for additional helpful information and resources. Feel free to email our Client Services team at email@example.com if you have any questions. Our workers’ compensation department can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will continue updating this post as additional resources become available.
During this time, it is more beneficial than ever for clients to use TTC’s technology solutions to streamline processes and reduce reliance on paper. TTC Online is a web-based onboarding and time card system designed specifically for commercial production.
For advertising clients, TEAM Online Client System (TOCS) helps manage business affairs functions like estimates, talent payments and rights management. For tours clients, TOCS streamlines the payment process for crew, musicians and singers on tour.
Employees who want instant access to paystubs or W-2s should register for an account in our Employee Self Service (ESS) portal at ess.ttconline.com.
- AICP COVID-19 Workplace Guidelines and Considerations
- AICP Gold Standard for Personnel Screening (Sample questionnaire & videos)
- TTC HR Insights: Reopening a Business After the Coronavirus Shutdown
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act Small Employer Exemption: DOL Guidance
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act Notice FAQ
- DOL Non-Federal Employee Rights Poster
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Questions and Answers
- OSHA Guidance on COVID-19
- CARES Act: Small Business Loan Overview
PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM (PPP) RESOURCES
- Application Deadline for Small Business Loans Extended
- What to Do After Receiving a PPP Loan
- PPP Guidance for Employees Refusing to Return to Work
- SBA Releases Streamlined PPP Loan Forgiveness Form
- SBA Issues Two Additional Interim Final Rules
- SBA Unveils PPP Loan Forgiveness Application
- California Employee Leave Laws
California Leave Laws – Family and Medical Leave
- California Media Production
Los Angeles Reopening Protocol for Music, Television and Film Production
- California Workers’ Compensation
California Workers’ Compensation – Employee Eligibility
- California Unemployment
California Unemployment Compensation – Employer Contributions
- California Department of Industrial Relations
COVID-19 and FAQs on laws enforced by the California Labor Commissioner’s Office
- New York Paid Sick Leave
Employees can waive coverage of New York Paid Family Leave if:
- They regularly work 20 hours or more per week, but won’t be in employment with that employer for 26 consecutive weeks; or
- They regularly work fewer than 20 hours per week and will not work 175 days in a 52-week period.
If employees meet this criteria and wish to opt out, they can do so by completing a Paid Family Leave waiver. Employers must provide a waiver to those who qualify for one. Employers should keep completed waivers on file. Employees may voluntarily revoke their waiver at any time. If their schedule changes such that they no longer qualify for a waiver, the waiver will be automatically revoked. If the waiver is revoked, employers may begin taking payroll deductions and may retroactively collect deductions from the date the employee signed the waiver.
Employee Opt-Out of Paid Family Leave Benefits Form
- New York City Paid Sick Leave
NYC Changes to Paid Sick Leave Law Take Effect 09/30/20
- New York Media Production
FAQS: Production Activity on Public Property in NYC During the COVID-19 NY State Emergency
Plain Language Guide to MOME Commissioner’s 07/20 Directive
Reopening New York: Media Production Guidelines for Employers and Employees
Interim Guidance for Media Production during the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency
- New York Workers’ Compensation
New York Workers’ Compensation Claims Process
- New York Unemployment
New York Unemployment Compensation – Employee Eligibility
- States Update Employee Leave Requirements for Coronavirus
- DOL Clarifies Exemptions to Coronavirus Paid Leave Laws
- DOL Issues Temporary Nonenforcement Policy for Coronavirus Paid Leave Rules
- New Coronavirus Relief Law Requires Paid Employee Leave
- Coronavirus Bill Requiring Paid Employee Leave Signed Into Law
- States Relax Unemployment Benefit Eligibility for Coronavirus
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