Webinar: Navigating Employee/Employer Conflicts in Times of Economic Distress

Date: July 29, 2020
Time: 10:00am Pacific
Cost: $49
*Qualifies for 1 CPE credit for tax practitioners

The COVID-19 public health emergency drastically changed the employee/employer relationship. Many employers quickly transitioned to a fully remote workplace. Other employers were faced with the difficult decision to furlough or lay off employees due to a decline in business.

Recent COVID-19 legislation provides expanded protections to employees, including emergency sick leave, expanded family and medical leave, and Federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance. Employers are faced with difficult challenges: must they rehire employees discharged due to COVID-19? What steps should an employer take to make the workplace safe for employees? Are employees obligated to return to work if they are receiving Pandemic Unemployment Assistance?

This course will provide you with the knowledge and information you need to know during this time of economic distress.

Major Topics:

  • The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, emergency paid sick leave, and expanded family and medical leave
  • Pandemic Unemployment Assistance
  • Discharging and rehiring employees
  • Measures employers can take to provide a safe workplace

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