Clarity for Employers: Employer requirements under COVID-19 laws
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Resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, Colorado and federal governments have enacted a series of laws to protect employees, along with small and mid-sized businesses.
These recently passed laws range from extending unemployment benefits to providing emergency loans to businesses.
Led by Fairfield and Woods, PC Director Michelle Magruder — and designed for dealer principals, HR directors and controllers — this 1.5-hour webinar will outline employer responsibilities under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or the Act) and its different sections, including the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act, the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and the Emergency Unemployment Insurance Stabilization and Access Act of 2020.
Michelle also will cover the Coronavirus Aid and Economic Security Act (CARES), including detailed discussion on the portions of CARES designed to assist employees who have been laid off or suffered a reduction in their work schedules, along with tax credits and emergency loan provisions designed to help small- and medium-sized businesses.
If you have questions about how these acts affect your dealership, join us for this very important webinar.
- Unemployment law changes, including eligibility to receive benefits
- How these changes may affect your business
- Key provisions of the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act, including:
- When an employer — and when an employee — is covered
- Factors needed for an employee to receive the new expanded leave
- Amount employee may receive in pay from employer if employee qualifies
- Key provisions of the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act, including:
- When an employee qualifies
- Employer responsibilities
- Key provisions of the Emergency Unemployment Insurance Stabilization Act of 2020
- Employer-entitled tax credits for paid sick, family and medical leave
- Summary of the Coronavirus Aid and Economic Security Act, including:
- Expansion of unemployment insurance laws
- Emergency loan programs for small- and medium-sized businesses
Thursday, April 2, 2020
8:30 a.m. - 10 a.m.
This is a FREE webinar for dealers who offer medical and dental benefits through CADA Insurance Services. Call 303.831.1722 by 8:15 a.m. April 2 to get the code to attend FREE!
About our presenter
Michelle Magruder, director of Fairfield & Woods, P.C.,Michelle has extensive legal experience in the public and private sectors. She has represented private companies, insurance carriers and other entities in the defense of employment discrimination, unemployment and wage and hour claims; contract disputes and general liability matters. Michelle provides consultant services for private companies in the areas of risk management and employment law.
In addition to providing legal consulting, Michelle has given numerous presentations on topics in the areas of all Federal and State anti-discrimination laws; federal and state wage and hour laws; the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act; and risk management.
Michelle began her legal career as a prosecutor for the City and County of Denver, trying more than 50 cases in her first year of practicing law. Next, she worked as an Assistant Attorney General with the Colorado Attorney General's office, Labor and Civil Rights Unit, where she represented the Colorado Civil Rights Division, the Subsequent Injury Fund, and other state agencies. While working as an Assistant Attorney General, Michelle was recruited by an insurance defense firm to perform litigation defense for a variety of companies.
While practicing in the private sector, Michelle was asked to become the in-house attorney for the City and County of Denver's Human Resources Agency. There, she handled projects for the Director of the Agency, including rewriting personnel rules for the City and County of Denver, and creating the first mediation program to be utilized by City and County of Denver employees.
Seating is limited, so