The Recent Legislation, And What It Means 

Q&A with EPIC and Labor & Employment Attorneys from Fisher Phillips

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) addresses specific costs associated with COVID-19 testing and includes several other acts, each of which aims to lessen the severity of the COVID-19 outbreak in certain critical areas relating to employment and health coverage. EPIC’s Carl Pilger, National Director of Employee Benefits Compliance Services, moderated a Q&A style presentation with Bert Brannen from Fisher Phillips, trusted labor and employment attorneys.

Presentation Focus: How The Act Impacts Employers with 500 or Fewer Employees

To review the legislation, read our Compliance Alert summarizing the Families First Coronavirus Response Act


This Presentation Covers:
  • Workforce Issues: Furloughs, Lay-offs, Closings
  • Unemployment Issues
  • Emergency Paid Sick Leave
  • Expanded FMLA Rights
  • Health Plan Coverage & Continuation

To catch up on all of EPIC’s coronavirus coverage, visit epicbrokers.com/coronavirus 

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