IEC ED Niel Dawson Update – July 17th
- Exercise – minimum of twice a week
- Sleep – 7 or more hours a night
- Get Your Vitamin C
- Manage Stress – meditate and sleep (see webinar below)
- Keep in touch with friends and family
IEC provides three lists of potential workers for the membership that are updated each Wednesday – Electricians – Apprentices – Helpers. These list are also listed by Atlanta and Georgia. To review the lists, go to our Dropbox account and login. Members may contact Delast.email@example.com to obtain the login credentials which are available to current dues paying contractor members.
We have out of work apprentices in Atlanta that are available for hire and sponsorship to the August classes. Contact Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Be sure to let Julie know if you’re hiring, loaning, borrowing or laying off.
Upcoming Virtual Job Fairs for IEC Members
When is FFCRA paid leave available? FFCRA paid leave is available for employees in the following COVID-19 related situations. If your employee qualifies for FFCRA paid emergency sick leave under one of the conditions listed below, as the employer, your business is responsible for making the required payments to the employee, as provided by the FFCRA.
- The employee has been advised by a health care provider to self-quarantine related to COVID-19;
- The employee is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and is seeking a medical diagnosis;
- The employee is caring for an individual subject to quarantine, told to self-quarantine or experiencing symptoms and seeking diagnosis;
- The employee is caring for his or her child whose school or place of care is closed or whose childcare provider is unavailable due to COVID-19 related reasons;
- The employee is subject to a Federal, State or local quarantine or isolation order related to COVID-19; or
- The employee is experiencing any other substantially similar condition specified by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
IEC has recently created the IEC Contractor Discussion Group on Facebook to serve as a community forum for discussion and problem solving. Having an electrical problem in the field? Want to learn more about low-voltage electrical work? Join the Discussion Group and get in on the conversation with your peers!