Organizations continue to struggle with “the new normal” with respect to operations and handling personnel issues in these unusual times. While the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act were created to provide economic relief to businesses and individuals impacted by COVID-19, there are many questions for those employers and HR professionals who are tasked with accessing resources and implementing benefits. Further, in anticipation of the Stay at Home Orders being lifted, what other obligations should employers be considering as we move forward?
Please join us for a free webinar at 10 am, Friday, April 17, 2020, where we will discuss various personnel matters that employers should be considering, including the requirements of these Acts, and new personnel policies, with time for Q&A.
Who Should Attend
Employers and HR professionals who are considering employment-related matters during this pandemic and anticipating employees returning to work, including a discussion of FFCRA and the CARES Act.
Michelle B. Ferguson is an employment law attorney at Ireland Stapleton Pryor & Pascoe and leads the firm’s employment law practice group. She focuses on finding ways to keep employers out of court by being proactive in identifying and solving employment issues before a claim is filed. Ms. Ferguson counsels employers and governmental entities on all matters of employment law and day-to-day personnel issues. Over the past few weeks, Michelle has counseled numerous clients in analyzing their obligations under the Families First Coronavirus Relief Act and existing obligations under the FMLA, ADA or other leave policies impacting their organizations.
Benjamin J. Larson is a litigation attorney who focuses on complex commercial and regulatory matters and advises his business clients on a wide range of corporate and regulatory matters, including best practices for business formation and governance to avoid litigation from internal and external disputes. Ben has assisted numerous clients in analyzing the Payroll Protection Program provisions of the CARES Act in the past few weeks.