Coronavirus in the Workplace and Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Presented by Mark J. Swerdlin and Fiona W. Ong at Shawe Rosenthal
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In addition to the topics listed below, we provide detailed guidance on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which will impose sweeping changes to an employer’s obligations in the face of the COVID-19 national emergency, including a new paid sick leave mandate, an expansion of the Family and Medical Leave Act that includes a separate paid leave mandate, and tax credits for employers to cover the cost of such leave.

Mark J. Swerdlin and Fiona Ong, our author for the Maryland Human Resources Manual provide practical guidance to business owners, management and HR professionals on an employer’s legal obligations regarding issues such as:

  • Responsibility for infection prevention and remediation in the workplace

  • Employee travel – both work-related and personal

  • Medical examinations and clearances

  • Leave and telecommuting

  • Pay requirements during employee absences/quarantines/office closures

  • Unionized workforce issues

  • Addressing employee concerns

  • Developing and implementing a Coronavirus plan

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Shawe Rosenthal LLP

Since it was founded in 1947, Shawe Rosenthal LLP has focused exclusively on the representation of management in employment and labor relations.

The firm represents employers throughout the United States in every industry, including manufacturing, banking, insurance, health care, hotels and restaurants, communications, retail, utilities, food processing, publishing, construction, transportation, and education. Included among its clients are over 30 Fortune 500 corporations and many non-profit organizations, trade associations, and public employers.


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