New FMLA forms & DOL FFCRA Instructions
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Training Duration: 90 Minutes
Accessible On: Any multimedia device
Recorded On: Aug 24, 2020
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Statistics shows over 61% of Employers have difficulty managing FMLA leave and intermittent leave. It is important for Employers to have an in-depth understanding of the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) impacts on their company. Now that the Department of Labor has issued new FMLA forms and the new Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) is in place it is critical for Employers and Leaders to be knowledgeable about the impact and the compliance. Although there are many updates provided by many different resources, it is imperative that Employers and Leaders count on the experts to explain health resources and compliance experts to assist them with the regulations since they are happening and changing daily as non-compliance cost are too high.
- What are the New FMLA forms and When to use
- Form changes, reasons for changes and what deadlines need to be addressed
- COVID-19 Pandemic Impacts on the FMLA
- How does FMLA and FFCRA interact and how they impact employees
- Requirements for the FFCRA and the impact in the workplace
- Factors that make an employee eligible for leave under the FFCRA
- How Paid Family Expanded leave provide assistance to employees with symptoms
- What is the actual rate of pay that is calculated for eligibility
- Situations addressed related to employees caring for quarantined family member
- Confirmation needed for certification of eligibility of FFCRA
- Applying for leave under FFCRA
- Difference between Furloughs and Layoffs
- Are employees eligible for relief if there is no work available
- What relief is provided to employees by the CARES Act
- How is unemployment benefits impacted
- How is the healthcare industry impacted by their share of the relief packet
- How small businesses will be able to survive under the CARES Act
- What are the next steps for the CARES Act
- Will the self-employed, freelancers, independent contractors receive what they need to survive
- How can the CARES Act assist businesses to provide the much-needed services to stay afloat and manage the employees’ rights
Why You Should Attend:
DOL has issued new FMLA forms and the new FFCRA is in place, it is critical for Employers and Leaders to be knowledgeable about managing the processing as one processing failure can result in thousands of dollars in fines & penalties, DOL auditing, cost of investigations, loss productivity and the cost of misuse by employees.
This training will teach all attendees the critical information needed to mitigate all the requirements to stay afloat and to communicate effectively to employees to ensure accurate information on health, safety, paid leave and other resources offered to survive this pandemic.
Who Should Attend:
- Business owners and small business owners
- Compliance professionals
- Payroll administrators
- HR professionals
**In this Recorded Session, you can listen to Q&A which includes direct answers from our expert speaker.
*Instruction kit to access the session will be emailed within 12 hours.
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