WSA Member Update 8.1.20

This WSA Update includes:
• Reminder about insurance gaps webinar on August 5th
• Elgin no longer representing Broom Badger
• Audio podcast by John Meola on extreme heat
• Storing DEF fluid in extreme heat
• Link to “The Leader’s Guide to Corporate Culture”

2020 Scholarship Winner

WSA Member Update 7.15.20

WSA Member Update 7.15.20 contains:
• News about Cameron Crews winning Carl Austin Memorial Scholarship
• Link to contractor’s ‘Letter of Introduction’ to prospects
• Request for clause to limit contract liability
• Safety First! info and tips July

WSA Member Update 7.1.20

WSA Member Update 7.1.20 contains the following:
• Link to best practices video by Rod Moore, C&J Parking Lot Sweeping
• Links to Covid-19 county-by-county current stats
• Link to 5 Strategies for Hiring During a Pandemic
• Link to Developing a Termination Checklist
• Info on end of Scholarship applications

Developing a Termination Procedures Checklist

WSA Member Update 6.15.20

WSA’s June 15th Director’s Blog Includes:
• Announcement of results of COVID-19 Survey
• Update re: Command7
• Info on upcoming XpertHR free webinar
• Last reminder for WSA Memorial Scholarship applications
• John Meola’s Safety First! tips for June

COVID-19 Impact on Sweeping Contractors

Initial results of a sweeping industry survey to assess the impact of the pandemic on contracted sweeping services.

WSA Member Update 6.1.20

June 1st WSA Member Update includes:
• How to Maximize Forgiveness of your PPP Loan
• Info on OSHA enforcement of employee safety
• Article link: COVID-19 Guidance for the Construction Workforce
• Link to webinar: COVID-19 Wage and Hour Considerations During Reopening
• Link to list of store closures for 2020
• Final request to fill out survey
• Info on WSA’s Scholarships

WSA Member Update 5.15.20

The May 15th WSA Update includes:
• Update on working with the CDC on COVID-19 response
• Info on how COVID-19 microbes can live on shoes
• Update on Command7 non-payment to contractor
• May Safety First! tips from John Meola

One Contractor’s Saga of Sweeping for Command7

The story of how WSA assisted one of its members in trying to get third party vendor, Command7, to pay for seven sweeps that the company had done. Until WSA stepped in to investigate, the contractor figured there was no way they would ever get paid, even though he’d done the work in good faith, had received no complaints, etc.

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