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PPP Forgiveness: What To Do If You Got A Paycheck Protection Program Loan & Your Employees Won’t Come Back

    Shannon Vissers
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Shannon Vissers

Shannon Vissers

Expert Analyst & Reviewer at Merchant Maverick
The former editor-in-chief of SteelOrbis, Shannon has been researching and writing about small business software and financing since 2015. Her retail and personal finance expertise has been cited in numerous publications, including Reader's Digest, MSN, Yahoo Finance, and GOBankingRates . She has also published articles for LIVESTRONG.COM, eHow, Life'd, and other websites. Shannon attended San Diego State University, graduating in 2005 with a BA in English.
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    RM

    Some employees have the nerve to apply for unemployment when they are still on FMLA and are on their employers’ payroll…

      ralph sharp

      Didn’t cover PT employees whose work hours reduced by half. Still working half time original schedule and now offered “paid but not worked” pay to cover reduced half until return to business full time open status. Co currently closed for business the hours reduced w/ no plans to open back up to full time schedule immediately. Don’t interpret as “refusing to return to work” as she is currently working lessor hours but still working Just want to decline offered “stay at home pay” covering non working hours and remain on UI until return to original hours. Thoughts on could/should this “declination” not be considered as “refusal to return to work” when considered from above offering. Point blank, choose to stay on PUA and this would permit Was told she would be fired if “PPP” not accepted. Note: “paid but not worked” hours funded by reducing her already accrued vacation time plus”88 hours of PTO”?

        Jessica Dinsmore

        Hi Ralph,

        I’m not sure I’m following, but it sounds like this might be a legal question — that’s outside our area of expertise. You may want to contact a lawyer well-versed in unemployment laws for a consultation. Best of luck!

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