LOA In The Time of COVID 19:
How to Navigate Sick Leave, FMLA and
Reasonable Accommodation Obligations
During This Pandemic
presented by Nicole Golob (Minkow), Esq.
Federal and State governments have passed a myriad of legislation, “shelter in place” and “safer at home” orders and other measures to protect Americans and provide employee’s rights and protection during this pandemic.
Workplace disruptions are causing a significant impact, causing HR professionals to balance a complex combination of issues to respond to and effectively manage workplace issues related to the coronavirus, including: the Family First Coronavirus Act (FFCA), the CARES Act, paid sick leave laws, unemployment insurance, notice requirements, managing a remote workforce, and many of the fast-paced developments at the federal, state, and local levels.
Employers need to know what their responsibilities are, available resources, and recommended approaches under the law. This webinar is designed to answer all of your questions as we tackle these issues.
Nicole Golob (Minkow), Esq., Fisher Phillips
Nicole Golob, a partner at Fisher Phillips, is an experienced employment attorney with over 23 years experience, regularly provides advice and counsel to management on all employment issues and conducts seminars and training for in-house counsel, risk managers, human resources managers and other personnel administrators on a variety of employment related issues with an eye towards litigation prevention.
She handles all aspects of employment defense litigation on behalf of employers and management, including claims for wage and hour violations under state and federal law, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, breach of contract, defamation, fraud and unfair business practices.
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