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The Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Best Practices for Leave Administration  recorded

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Best Practices for Leave Administration

Presented by Charlotte Hodde

On Tuesday, June 30, join Charlotte Hodde for a discussion on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), as well as best practices to ensure compliance while administering leave under the Act.  Whether your workplace is encountering FFCRA leave for the first time since reopening or whether you have been administering FFCRA leave since the passage of the new leave law, this presentation will help you understand the nuances of the law and make sure your leave administration processes are reliable and accurate.  

In addition to webinar access, attendees will receive a sample FFCRA policy, sample FFCRA leave request form, and sample FFCRA/OFLA/FMLA designation form.  

Following the program, attendees will be able to answer the following:

  • What leave is available due to childcare unavailability or school closure?
  • How can FFCRA leave be utilized with Payroll Protection Program Small Business Administration (SBA) loans?
  • How can employers get reimbursed for paid leave under the FFCRA?
  • How can employers calculate the number of leave hours employees are entitled to?
  • When can employers request documentation of the need for leave?
  • Can employers require use of paid time off during FFCRA leave?
  • How can employers reduce payroll costs associated with large paid time off banks?
  • How can employers effectively coordinate FFCRA leave with FMLA, OFLA, and Oregon Paid Sick Time?

To RSVP, please email Jessica at We will then email you a link for payment and completion of webinar registration.  

Date and Time
Hosted by Barran Liebman LLP , webinar
$50 per person. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express accepted.
Presented by
Charlotte Hodde
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