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Just made the last phone call, this Monday 18 laid off workers returning full time. I was a bit surprised, zero pushback.
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Good on YOU - hope your business returns to somewhat "normal" ASAP!

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Musta been a good feeling making the "Comon back!" calls.
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Originally Posted by Jersus View Post
Just made the last phone call, this Monday 18 laid off workers returning full time. I was a bit surprised, zero pushback.
great job. Must feel awesome
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Congrats buddy. Let’s plow through this.
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Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat View Post
Musta been a good feeling making the "Comon back!" calls.
Great feeling. Even better when one of the guys who is in their mid 20s said he “couldn’t wait, I’m here to earn not leach”. There is hope.

also, just to be clear, for tht sake, they are not being forced back. There is work and they want it.
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Awesome. Curious, what type of business?
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At least in SC, those that are offered their old jobs back and decline, are really hurting themselves. If the business received a PPP loan and the employee doesn't come back, the employer should provide the SCDEW the employees name, and the employees unemployment compensation is ended. Also, that person is "credited" to the loan, and the employer is not responsible for paying back the employees portion of the loan.

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At least in SC, those that are offered their old jobs back and decline, are really hurting themselves. If the business received a PPP loan and the employee doesn't come back, the employer should provide the SCDEW the employees name, and the employees unemployment compensation is ended. Also, that person is "credited" to the loan, and the employer is not responsible for paying back the employees portion of the loan.
only knocking themselves out of the state portion. $600 fed bonus money is still available if they “don’t feel safe.” 12 weeks potential fed $600/week vs 58 days worth of PPP $.
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Originally Posted by Jersus View Post
Great feeling. Even better when one of the guys who is in their mid 20s said he “couldn’t wait, I’m here to earn not leach”. There is hope.

also, just to be clear, for tht sake, they are not being forced back. There is work and they want it.
Hey Jersus that great news! I’m sure it feels great to be the bearer of good news! We’ve been fortunate and haven’t had to lay anybody off.

What do your guys do?

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