New Pro Training: Can You Require Vaccinations?

Can you require employees to vaccinate?? Can you ask them for proof of vaccination? Join us on 1/28 at 12pm to find out.

We're announcing a new training all about if you can require your employees to vaccinate, and other topics around the legality of the vaccine for employers. This 30-minute training taking place on 1/28 at 12pm will be put on by CQEL and Hirschfeld Kraemer, a highly respected law firm specializing exclusively in employment law.

The best part? It's free for members!  🎉- log in to get your code then book your spot.

Not a member? Join here now to get a free ticket to this event and all CQEL benefits. Membership starts at just $215/yr.

We'll cover these questions and will reserve time for questions:

-Are child care employers able to require the vaccine?

-What about disabilities and religious objections?

-What are reasonable accommodations?

-What can and can’t employers do to help get their employees to vaccinate?

-Can employers ask for proof of vaccination?

-What can programs tell their families about the vaccination status of their staff?

Book your spot now

New Vaccine Map & Tracker

The State of California has approved giving the COVID-19 vaccine to people age 65 and older. Vaccinate CA, a crowdsourced public project, is calling hospitals and pharmacies daily to check which are currently administering vaccines.

Note that every county is going at different speeds, and it's best to check in with your local public health department and primary care physician on vaccine availability. But this new resource is another great way to see what stage your county is in and where you can source the vaccine. 

Check out Vaccinate CA

ICYMI: PPP 2.0: Funding Guide for Child Cares

A new relief bill will revive the PPP, which helps small businesses maintain payroll with forgivable loans. We built a guide to give you the rundown on how to get it.

Starting this week, small businesses can apply for new funding through the Paycheck Protection Program program. Congress revived the lending program with a relief bill signed into law on Dec. 27. The bill allocates $284.5 billion in forgivable coronavirus relief loans, including $137 billion for “second-draw” loans, to small businesses hard hit by the pandemic shutdowns.

The guide highlights key parts of PPP 2.0, including eligibility requirements, when to apply, what forms to use, and what can be forgiven. You can get up to $2 million in forgivable funds with PPP 2.0.

For members only, we're building high-quality resources like the 
PPP 2.0 Guide for Child Cares and a comprehensive list on Funding Available for California Child Cares and how to apply. Not a member? Join here.

Membership is only $215- this guide can get you thousands in forgivable funding.

Read the PPP 2.0 Funding Guide
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