An Employer's Guide to Coronavirus Webinar
Recorded March 23, 2020
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed by the President on March 18 and will become law in two weeks, resulting in significant changes to employers’ duty to provide paid sick leave and FMLA leave to families caring for children. As the COVID-19 pandemic charts new territory daily, employers must also follow specific guidance from regulatory agencies and existing law in managing their workplaces. In this recorded webinar, Foulston Siefkin LLP partner Tara Eberline walks through key employment issues in the Families First Act and other laws implicated by the COVID-19 outbreak. Topics include employee leaves of absence, ADA considerations for high-risk employees, Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirements related to safe workplaces, and more.
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