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Webinar: A Contractor’s Guide to New FFCRA Federal Legislation

Jul 22, 2020

Coronavirus Response Act FFCRA -1217185177 600x400This webinar is designed to provide SMACNA contractors with a basic understanding of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), including the requirements to provide Emergency Paid Sick Leave (E-PSL) and the Emergency Family Medical Leave (E-FMLA). The new types of leave also interplay with existing employment laws and need to be understood in that context.

Webinar Details

Webinar-816296156 w-logoSubject: A Contractor’s Guide to New FFCRA Federal Legislation — New Paid Sick Leave, New Emergency Family Medical Leave, and More!

Date: August 6, 2020

Time: 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

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Description: Learn the basic workings of the FFCRA statute, discover the more complex issues that arise under these new laws, and get practical tips and strategies to ensure your business remains in compliance. Topics will include:

  • An Overview of the New FFCRA

  • A Step-by-Step Guide for Complying with FFCRA’s E-PSL and E-FMLA Obligations – Drafting the Policies, Documenting the Leave, and Returning Employees to Work

  • Teleworking and Intermittent Leave under the New FFCRA

  • The Interplay Between the New FFCRA with the FMLA, ADA and State Law

Meet the Presenter

grant_collins 383x443Grant Collins of Felhaber Larson practices in both employment law and traditional labor law. On the employment side, he defends complex wage-and-hour lawsuits, including resisting class certification, and advises clients on issues of termination, severance, and compliance. Grant’s traditional labor practice involves advising clients on a variety of labor-related issues, including the recent phenomenon of employee social media use, responding to unfair labor practice charges, and handling grievance arbitrations.

Grant serves as co-editor of Minnesota Employment Law Report and is a frequent news media commentator on labor and employment cases. He is a Certified Specialist in Labor and Employment Law by the Minnesota State Bar Association.