Weekly COVID-19 News Email
Join the mailing list to receive a weekly newsletter that will cover the latest developments within the world of work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
April 24, 2020 Updates
TPD is committed to keeping pace with the nonstop changes during the COVID-19 pandemic, and keeping you updated within the realms of Human Resources and work.
It is our hope that this reading material helps you find focus for co-existing with the outbreak. Scroll on to read about recent HR developments relating to COVID-19 from the past week.
What You Need to Know This Week
The Latest News from Canada:
The B.C. Emergency Benefit for Workers will provide a tax-free, one-time $1,000 payment for B.C. residents whose ability to work has been affected due to COVID-19.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently announced $350 million in emergency funds for struggling community groups and national charities that help seniors, the homeless, and others made more vulnerable by the pandemic.
Even from lockdown, numerous Canadian entrepreneurs are pushing forward with new business ventures and start-ups during the pandemic. These include virtual funeral services, telehealth services for pets, food delivery services, and a new advertising agency.
The Latest News from TPD:
Wearable technology in the fight against COVID-19
TPD is deploying an innovative wristband that will promote a safe work environment. This cutting-edge tool will ease the transition back to work and help workers practice safe social distancing.
Thank you for choosing to stay (virtually) connected with TPD during this time. No matter your current HR needs, TPD will be with you every step of the way.
If you require assistance from our HR experts, you can reach us here, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 1.844.873.4745. For additional HR resources surrounding COVID-19, visit TPD’s frequently updated COVID-19 HR Support Centre.
If you’d prefer to receive these weekly updates straight to your inbox, feel free to subscribe to the Co-Existing with COVID-19 email newsletter above.