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Getting Back to Work Post Quarantine
After three months of stay-at-home orders and business operations restrictions, it's time to start thinking about what the "new normal" will look like for your business and employees now that the economy is re-opening. Learn steps that you should take to safely re-open your business, what policies you should have in writing, updates to add to your Employee Handbooks, new policies and procedures, and how to document staffing changes. We will also briefly address the latest revisions to the PPP program and provide resources to obtain assistance with your forgiveness application. We will save time for Q&A with Jennifer after the presentation. If you have topics you would like to see discussed in the presentation, please email The Grady Firm in advance at email@example.com.
USCIS Reinstates Premium Processing and Reopening Field Offices
On March 20, USCIS announced the temporary suspension of Premium Processing for all Form I-129 and I-140 petitions due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). However, on June 1, 2020, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that it will resume Premium Processing for Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker and Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Workers, in phases over the next month. In addition, beginning June 4, 2020, certain USCIS field offices and asylum offices will resume non-emergency face-to-face services to the public. Application support centers will resume services later. Hear the latest information on these topics from immigration attorneys, Jennifer Grady, Esq., and Anthony Mance, Esq., at The Grady Firm, P.C. in Southern California. For more details, review our blog on this topic: https://bit.ly/3eDkKs7
Roadmap for to returning to work after COVID-19
As will all things COVID-19 related, we are learning the new rules as they are issued by various authorities. Expect to see a plethora of lawsuits as businesses and employees capitalize on mistakes that were made during the uncertainties of the pandemic. Don't get caught up in this second storm! Now is the time to prepare your roadmap for the new world as employees and customers start returning to your business. Hear "9 steps that business owners should take when reopening" from Jenny Tran, Esq., business and tax attorney at Brown and Streza, LLP. Learn potential lawsuit traps, how to offensively prepare for them, and which policies you should be implementing for your employees from Jennifer Grady, Esq., employment attorney at The Grady Firm, P.C. For more information, view The Grady Firm's COVID-19 resource page here: https://www.gradyfirm.com/coronavirus-employment-law You can contact Jenny Tran at (949) 453-2900 for business and tax advice, and Jennifer Grady at 949-798-6298 for employment and immigration counseling. What are some of your concerns as we reopen businesses and return to work? Post in the comments below!
05 12 20 H 2B and EB 3 for trucking industry
The U.S. trucker shortage is expected to more than double over the next decade as the industry struggles to replace aging drivers and recruit more women. What if there was another way to fill this shortage by recruiting drivers from abroad? What if you could sponsor family members for a visa or Green Card to be a driver for your business? Join immigration attorneys Jennifer Grady and Anthony Mance to learn more about the H-2B visa program for temporary workers, and the EB-3 Green Card to sponsor foreign workers. These visas apply to workers in other industries as well, so join us to learn about the process and benefits from working with foreign talent when there are worker shortages. Learn more immigration options on The Grady Firm website here: https://www.gradyfirm.com/immigration. To find out of these immigration options are right for you or your business, schedule a complimentary consultation with us here: https://www.gradyfirm.com/schedule
PPP Loan Forgiveness
May 5, 2020 Kim Hickey, Jennifer Grady, and Jenny Tran Special guests Jenny Tran and Jennifer Grady Blecha discuss PPP loan forgiveness details, in addition to cautionary and preparedness measures you can take to maximize forgiveness. Jenny Tran is a senior business and tax planning attorney, educator, and small business champion from Brown and Streza. She can be found on LinkedIn (linkedin.com/in/jennifer-tran-clinger-esq) or contacted at Brown & Streza (http://www.brownandstreza.com/Attorneys/JennyTran.aspx). Jennifer Grady is a business and employment lawyer from the Grady Firm in CA. She is also a longtime friend of ATI, the daughter of fellow ATI family members Tom and Donna Grady. She can be found on Linkedin (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifergradyesq/). You can get the latest info on COVID and videos on her website resources page (https://www.gradyfirm.com/coronavirus-employment-law). Consultations can be scheduled on her website, or call 949-798-6298.
Episode 13: The Life Changing Law Affecting Independent Contractors with Attorney Jennifer Grady
Episode 13 Charline sits with Attorney Jennifer Grady and discusses the new AB5 law nicknamed the "Gig Workers Law". A law requiring companies to prove that people are independent contractors and not employees. This law affects freelancers in all industries. For more in-depth information, this is an episode you don't want to miss. For More GIRL TALK visit us at: ✨Website ✨ www.girltalkfb.com ✨Podcast ✨ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/girl-talk/id1457715118 ✨YouTube ✨ www.youtube.com/c/girltalkfb ✨Instagram ✨ www.instagram.com/girltalk_fb ✨Facebook ✨ https://www.facebook.com/financebunchgirltalk/ ✨For Questions and Inquiries ✨ firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Grady, Esq. on Business Rockstars 10/10/16
Hear tips and tricks for starting a business from Beverly Hills attorney, Jennifer Grady, Esq. on Business Rockstars, as she shares how entrepreneurs can achieve their American Dream. Topics include networking, things you can do to start a business while you are still working, tools and resources to use, when to get it in writing, and the top 3 things every entrepreneur needs to have to be successful in business.
How is COVID-19 Impacting Immigration in the US?
Join immigration attorneys Jennifer Grady and Anthony Mance to learn how travel bans, stay-at-home orders, and employment workforce changes due to Covid-19 are impacting immigration issues. On Wednesday, April 21, 2020 we discussed: 1. How layoffs and furloughs affect visa holders on OPT, CPT, H-1B, L-1A, J-1, and O-1 status; 2. Status updates on H-1B ad H-2B visas; 3. Updates on the suspension of Premium Processing; 4. The effects of USCIS, consulate, and embassy closures on visa and Green Card applications; 5. What to do if your status will expire soon but you can’t leave the country; 6. How layoffs and furloughs will impact recruiting and the PERM process; 7. Can a non-citizen receive unemployment? 8. Predictions for Trump's proposed "immigration ban" For more information, or to discuss the facts of your case, call us at 949-798-6298, or visit our resources at www.gradyfirm.com. We also have information on our special Covid-19 page here: https://www.gradyfirm.com/coronavirus-employment-law
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