Resources to support employers during COVID-19
Whether you are an absence management or workers’ compensation client, use our on-site services or benefits administration platform, or engage with one of our advocacy solutions, you can be confident that the full team of Workpartners is still hard at work for you—even virtually.
I'm vaccinated, now what?
COVID-19 vaccines are available. If you have already received the COVID-19 vaccine, you should continue to follow the CDC recommendations. Here are the most up-to-date recommendations for those who have been fully vaccinated.
Resources for your business
Because the coronavirus has severely disrupted normal routines, many people may feel heightened levels of anxiety and stress. Workpartners’ EAP, LifeSolutions, can help you as well as your organization cope in the face of upset and uncertainty.Learn about EAP services
Leave management resources
Our absence management team is actively tracking and staying up to date on coronavirus leave legislation. Click here to access recent policy change information and updates. If you have specific questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at 1-866-229-3507.Learn about leave management resources
Employer COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ
We've answered some common questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and how your employees can receive it.Learn about COVID-19 vaccination
COVID-19 resources for employees
Please email these educational pieces to your team. These informative materials cover a range of topics, from hand-washing to managing a virtual team.Learn about COVID-19 resources for employees
COVID-19 facts From UPMC
The best way to prevent any disease is by avoiding exposure. UPMC is prepared to care for patients affected by COVID-19.Learn about COVID-19 facts From UPMC
Connecting remote teams
After employee safety, somewhere near the top of HR’s current priority list is keeping the team connected, engaged, and productive. As you inventory the tools at hand, consider leveraging the power of your benefits administration platform.Learn about connecting remote teams
Viruses, like the one that causes COVID-19, often mutate into new variants, which may be different from the first virus. These changes may make the variant spread more easily or cause more serious symptoms. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide regular updates about COVID-19 variants and what you may need to do now to prevent your getting or spreading the virus.Learn more about COVID-19 Variants