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[Watch] The Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

Human Resources
Webinar
03/27/2020

As legislation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, we know that many of you may be seeking guidance as to exactly how and when to implement these new provisions, and that you may have a lot of questions about the newly passed Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).

This piece of legislation has dedicated tens of billions of dollars for paid sick leave, unemployment insurance, tax credits, free testing and other measures to help Americans impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis. In this recording of our March 27 live webinar, Mike Trabold, Director of Compliance and Risk Management at Paychex, discusses the details of the FFCRA and its implications on businesses, and addresses some of the most common questions we’re hearing from business owners regarding this new piece of legislation. Following the presentation, Mike holds a question and answer session with the audience to answer additional questions.

If you’re looking for clarity on the Family First Coronavirus Response Act and what it means for your business, this informative webinar is for you.

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