Vogel Law Firm Employment and Labor Law group chair Lisa Edison-Smith recently answered employer questions and outlined the basic provisions of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. In her FFCRA Presentation: Part 1, Lisa outlined important FFCRA leave points of critical interest to employers. In the most recent, follow up session, Lisa provided an update based on the recently rolled out FFCRA regulations from the U.S. Department of Labor. That presentation is available at FFCRA Presentation: Part 2.

If you are an employer and have questions on FFCRA leave, layoffs, CARES Act unemployment relief, Payroll Protection Program loans, and other critical updates to protect your business and workforce during this pandemic, contact Vogel Law Firm’s Employment and Labor Law team at 800.677.5024.

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