Posts by: Lizanne Foley

An Update and a Useful Chart: FFCRA

March 20, 2020 |

Remember seasons? It’s Spring and we live in interesting times… We have created a chart that details the eligibility, leave and pay obligations under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). Here is an update of yesterday’s FFCRA Summary, which clarifies pay obligations under Emergency Paid Sick Leave when elected before Emergency Family Leave under […]

What You Need to Know and Do Now: FFCRA

March 19, 2020 |

The federal government has enacted the sweeping Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). The obligations on many employers may seem staggering. In response, we have developed a Families First Coronavirus Compliance Package, described here. Emergency leave, paid sick leave, enhanced family and medical leave plus notice and posting requirements are addressed. We will update this Compliance […]

House Guts Its Own Bill Before the Ink Is Dry: Update

March 17, 2020 |

What’s Changed Since Yesterday? Plenty Amendments to Federal Emergency Paid Sick Leave and Family and Medical Leave Yesterday (all my troubles seemed so far away…!) we sent a Client Alert explaining the recently passed House bill called the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Late last night, the House gutted their own bill – and now […]

Feds Emergency Response to COVID-19 Explained

March 16, 2020 |

Federal Emergency Paid Sick Leave and Family and Medical Leave As the threat of COVID-19 spreads throughout the country, Congress is set to pass sweeping changes which will require all employers with less than 500 employees to provide both paid sick leave, as well as Emergency Family Medical Leave, for qualifying purposes related to the […]

When Friday the 13th Has Nothing on Your Bad Luck Week

March 13, 2020 |

Oh boy we live in interesting times. In an effort to provide helpful information and not cheap click-bait, I held off on writing about the House relief bill today.  Good thing because it is held up over the Paid Sick Leave provision. But there is still plenty happening in DC (as well as your state […]

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