Technology has made it possible for many employees to accomplish their work from anywhere in the world. Accordingly, the number of workers who report doing some or all of their work from home has increased dramatically in the last decade. A 2018 study reported that more than 60 percent of workers spend at least one » Read More
With the global spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) comes a proliferation of anxieties about how to avoid getting sick. In the U.S., the growing concerns have been met with advice from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As hospitals and clinics continue to see increases in cases of the respiratory illness, individuals who come » Read More
Psychological safety may sound like a fluffy notion, but it can be integral to producing real results that lead to a safer and more productive workplace, according to a Harvard Business School professor. Team meetings are the true test of whether workers feel psychologically safe. If workers fear repercussions for voicing their questions, concerns, or » Read More
A new report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that overall work fatality incidents are down collectively. It also showed that job-related deaths have taken an uptick among people 55 and older. This means that people who remain employed into and past traditional retirement years may have a higher than average risk of » Read More
Landscaping and groundskeeping is dangerous work. The large and loud machines used in the industry can create hazards seen and unseen. Working with power tools to tame unkempt lawns and overgrown gardens can present dangers of physical injuries from accidents, as well as ongoing damage from repeated exposure to dangerous noise levels and toxic inhalants. » Read More
At Gross & Kenny, LLP we view the safety and well-being of our clients, staff and business partners as our highest priority.
The situation regarding the COVID-19 virus is continually changing, and we are following all recommended guidelines to stay healthy.
Currently, our law firm is remaining open to serve your legal needs. If you were working light duty or modified duty as a result of a work injury in Pennsylvania and were recently laid off or terminated from your job due to the Coronavirus you may be entitled to weekly workers' compensation checks for lost wages moving forward. Contact us to find out . We are open and ready to assist.
We are happy to arrange for phone or video consultations should you have any concerns about keeping your scheduled appointments with us. We are also able to exchange documents via secure drives or email.
Should you have any concerns regarding an upcoming meeting with us, please contact us online or call (215) 512-1500.
We are continuing to fight on behalf of our clients and that we are all able to handle things even if mandated by the government that we work remotely.
Thank you and take care.