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Why You Should Be Evaluating Your Company’s Disability Insurance Offering in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic

As the reality of COVID-19 set in, many Americans were questioning how they would cope without paid sick leave if they got ill. Due to the emergency passing of Congress’s Families First Coronavirus Act, employers were left to come up with solutions and formalize their leave policies in order to provide employees with paid sick leave or expand family and medical leave. However, for those that become very ill, two weeks of paid sick leave is still not enough.

Read more from Parker, Smith & Feek’s Shane LoGreco in the Portland Business Journal.

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