Implementing the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Live Zoom Training with Kari Gras, TogetHR Consulting

I imagine business owners and leaders of today NEVER imagined the challenges that COVID-19 would bring our way in 2020. Currently, our emails are getting flooded with all the updates on the changes that we’re expected to read, understand and take action. If you’re like me, I have many different trusted website resources and avenues for solutions, BUT there’s so many, I’ve often felt overwhelmed with how to IMPLEMENT these new laws into operations. The FFCRA is just 1 of many new laws that the government rolled out to assist small businesses (with under 500 employees) and their affected employees of COVID-19.

In attending this webinar, I will walk you through the two types of required paid leave:

1) Paid Sick Leave 2) Emergency Family Medical Leave, so you’ll understand the difference.

And the six different qualifying reasons why an employee may be eligible for paid leave: 1) State or government self-isolation order 2) Advised by a HCP to self-quarantine 3) Experiencing symptoms or seeking a diagnosis 4) Caring for quarantined individuals 5) Caring for children at home due to COVID-19 school or childcare closures 6) Experiencing similar COVID-19 conditions defined by the HHS.

When an eligible employee requests leave, how much are you required to pay, what are the thresholds or monetary maximums and how-to re-capture the dollars paid to employees in a tax credit, using the IRS form 7200. How do you document who is requesting what type of leave and what other types of “notes” are appropriate to request from employees?

As your local HR expert, I’ll provide you with answers to your questions like these and other “real-life” examples while providing easy-to-follow steps and solutions for FFCRA situations. I’ve already had some experience with implementing this new law into practice for HR and Payroll professionals and now it’s time you have the knowledge for your business too.

June 30 from 2-3pm

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