The COVID-19 PA Hazard Pay Grant Program was established to help employers provide hazard pay to employees in life-sustaining occupations during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Hazard pay is intended to keep front-line employees working in sectors that are vital to every Pennsylvanians’ existence. The program will help employers provide hazard pay for their employees to retain current employees. This reimbursement-based grant is for employers who will be offering hazard pay over the eligible program period.
Click here for information on filing for Unemployment Compensation (including changes to the regular requirements) and contacts for various community service agencies. If you have questions, please contact Apryl Dolgas via email or Debi Balog at
For additional service information log on to www.gocareerlink.org and www.uc.pa.gov
Frequently asked questions: https://www.uc.pa.gov/COVID-19/CARES-Act/Pages/PUA-FAQs.aspx
It has been required by law that all businesses with 1 or more employees must post the following poster in their place of business, on their internal and external website and given to all new hires.
COVID-19 has shifted our reality in unprecedented ways, and we're committed to providing information and resources that support our region's manufacturers during these unfamiliar times. That's why Catalyst Connection, in partnership with MAC Safety, created the Back-to-Work Playbook. This valuable resource contains the information you need to ensure you have every protocol for every scenario in your back-to-work environment.
We all win when more jobs are added in our region. And nobody is doing more to deliver high paid, skilled jobs than JARI. Your contribution is the most important action you can take to grow our region – and benefit the future of your own business.
JARI helped Gautier develop the concept of adding a titanium mill to its facility. Today, the titanium mill is a reality.