U.S Pay Guidance for COVID19 Impacted Employees
US Pay Guidance for COVID-19 Impacted Employees
January 06, 2022
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US Pay Guidance for COVID-19 Impacted Employees (updated 01/06/2022)
CoorsTek wants to provide support in the event you or your family members are affected by COVID-19 and you are unable to work. We are updating our COVID-19 paid leave to better align with the recent CDC update to isolation and quarantine guidelines. We recognize that legislation has been passed relating to emergency sick leave and those policies will be followed where applicable. As we transition into future phases of the virus and governmental orders, the emergency pay provisions will be updated.
For COVID-19 related situations, CoorsTek will provide up to one week of an authorized paid absence (normal working schedule) with evidence of a Covered Situation:
Covered Situations include:
- You have tested positive for COVID-19
- You have been advised that you are a close contact to someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
After the one week of authorized paid absence, you can use accrued PTO along with the appropriate leave of absence offered by the Company (ex: Short-term Disability, FMLA, unpaid leave) via the current leave request process.
In addition, you may be eligible for a $500 grant from Family for Families. Please visit www.familyforfamilies.org to apply. Contact your HRBP to review your options.
- If you meet any of the below CDC requirements for quarantine you can return to work on day 6 following your close contact exposure:
- Are you unvaccinated? or
- Was your Pfizer or Moderna final shot over 6 months ago and you do not have a booster; or
- Was your Johnson & Johnson shot over 2 months ago and you do not have a booster?
- If you are in a role that allows you to work from home and are not exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, please continue to fulfill your job responsibilities until the time that your quarantine ends. If you become sick during the quarantine period, alert your HRBP.
This pay guidance issued as of January 6, 2022, supersedes any prior guidance issued and is subject to change. This paid guidance is available for one-time use by impacted employees.
Pay Guidance for COVID-19