Recalling Your Workforce – 3 Things To Keep In Mind May 8, 2020If your company has received a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan and would like to recall your workforce, here are three things to keep in mind:• Document your employment offer. You should try to obtain the reason why the former employee will not come back in writing. In certain circumstances employees may decline your offer and still be eligible for unemployment benefits (If it is a reason under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act: child care, sick with Covid-19, etc).• You have 15 days to report your offer to the state of Maryland. For instructions on the reporting process via the Division of Unemployment Insurance (DUI); click here.• If you recall your former employees and they refuse to rejoin the workforce this will not be a reduction in full time equivalents for the forgiveness of debt related to the PPP loan. Be sure you document the offer, the reason related to refusal, and any other communication with the employee.KatzAbosch will continue to provide additional in-depth updates around this matter. In the meantime, if you have questions or concerns on how any of the new provisions or available funding may impact your situation, please contact your KatzAbosch representative, or contact us by clicking here.About KatzAbosch: Founded in 1969, KatzAbosch is one of the largest CPA and business consulting services in the Mid-Atlantic region. As an accounting firm, our mission is to provide the highest quality accounting, tax, financial and management consulting services to our regional clients. We understand the needs and challenges of our clients and we have made it our obligation to create, grow and protect asset value. KatzAbosch is consistently named a Best Accounting Firm to Work For in Accounting Today and has been named a Top 200 Accounting Firms in the Nation by Inside Public Accounting. Our firm is also ranked among the Top 15 Largest Accounting Firms in the Baltimore Area by the Baltimore Business Journal and a Top Workplace four times by The Baltimore Sun.