Maintaining one's mental health can be difficult during these challenging times. As reported by Yahoo, 69% of workers say that the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic is the most stressful time during their professional career. This includes events like
Update 5/8/2020: Please note that this webinar has ended. A recording of the event is available below. Stress and Anxiety in the Time of COVID-19 FPPA is proud to host a live, virtual discussion about anxiety in the time of COVID-19,
Edit 5/12/2021: Information in this article is specific to Rule of 80 in the Statewide Defined Benefit Plan, signed into law on April 1, 2020. Clarifying language has been added throughout to clarify proposed changes for Statewide Hybrid Plan
To our members, employers, and other stakeholders, To say there’s a lot happening in our world right now would be an understatement. It is clear that this pandemic has significantly impacted our members and employers, and by extension, our staff.
In late march, congress passed and the president signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act of 2020, or CARES act. This federal action most notably includes direct cash payments to individuals, unemployment benefits and insurance,
Updated: May 4, 2020 In recent months, Coronavirus has brought about change to virtually all of our daily activities. This is particularly true for first responders, who among other frontline workers are at elevated risk for infection. With