No Longer Mandatory: FFCRA Leave Provisions

  |  January 12, 2021

The Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) extended the payroll tax credit available to employers for amounts paid under the EPSLA and EFMLEA through March 31, 2021, but did not extend the mandate to provide the leave. Therefore, employers may elect to voluntarily continue to offer the paid leave to those employees who did not exhaust the leave in 2020. Read more. Read More

Top Tribal HR Challenges in 2020:Takeaways from the NNAHRA Annual Conference

  |  October 30, 2020

As REDW has long been a strong supporter and partner of the National Native American Human Resources Association (NNAHRA), several members of our Human Resources Consulting team participated in the association's annual conference in 2020. Here we provide some timely and informative conference takeaways for HR professionals serving Indian County through the repercussions of the global health crisis. Read more. Read More

New Urgency for Tribal Relief Funds under CARES Act

  |  April 13, 2020

The U.S. Treasury Department announced that it will fast-track the $71 billion in funds allocated to tribal (as well as state and local) governments to help offset the cost of response to the COVID-19 crisis. Up to $8 billion of these funds have been reserved for tribes; time is of the essence in regard to documentation. Read more. Read More

Federal Agencies Solicit Input from Tribal Leaders on CARES Act

  |  April 10, 2020

Two calls are scheduled for next Tuesday, April 14, for the U.S. Treasury Department to solicit comments from tribal leaders on two major programs under the CARES Act: the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the Employee Retention Credit. Both consultation calls result from questions on how federal agencies interpret and limit the CARES Act for tribes and their enterprises. Read more. Read More