1. FFCRA Newest Updates From The Department Of Labor

FFCRA Newest Updates From The Department Of Labor

Leading employment attorney Melissa Fleischer will explain what changes you need to make to ensure compliance with the FFCRA. You will learn how to incorporate the recent court decision in your policies and procedures.
Event ID: 2737
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: November 6, 2020; 3:30 PM Eastern or November 16, 2020; 11:30 AM Eastern or Tuesday, December 1, 2020; 3:30 PM Eastern
Duration: Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: Melissa Fleischer
Credits: 1.0 HRCI, 1.0 SHRM


FFCRA changes will affect your organization. Discover the four invalid rules.

A recent court decision in New York invalidated four aspects of the Department of Labor’s rules on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA):

  • Work availability requirement
  • Health care provider definition
  • Employer consent for intermittent childcare leave
  • Requirement to submit leave documentation in advance

This ruling affects organizations throughout the country, not only those with a presence in New York. You will need to make critical revisions to your FFCRA policies and provisions.

  • How does the New York Court’s decision affect the Department of Labor’s FFCRA rules and regulations?
  • What did the court find wrong with the work availability requirement?
  • Why did the court object to the definition of a health care provider?
  • Why do employers not need to consent to intermittent childcare leave?
  • Why is it no longer necessary to submit documentation before a leave begins?
  • What actions does your organization need to take to ensure compliance?

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