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  • FAQs from Coronavirus Employment Webinar (Part 2)

    Below are the questions and topics from last week's "Coronavirus: Bring Your Employment Questions, Part 2” webinar, presented in a Q&A format. You should speak with an attorney to clarify these topics, as every situation is unique, but as an initial guideline, we’re happy to present the information below. We hope you find it useful.

  • Take-Out and Drive-Thru Only: Have Your Tipped Employees Just Become Hourly?

    In order to combat the spread of COVID-19, many state and local governments have limited restaurants to delivery, take-out, and drive-thru orders only. With these government directives, restaurant employers may be required to convert tipped workers to regular hourly workers.

  • FAQs from Coronavirus Employment Webinar (Part 1)

    Below is a summary of the questions we received about the Families First Coronavirus Response Act during our Coronavirus: Bring Your Employment Questions Webinar (Part 1) on March 20, 2020. We have arranged these questions with the most essential details first.

  • What Employers Need to Know for April 1st About the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

    Importantly, the DOL has stated that the effective date of the FFCRA is April 1, 2020. This means that employers will have to provide employees with Emergency Paid Sick Leave and Emergency Family and Medical Leave as provided for in the Act by this date.

  • Coronavirus: Bring Your Employment Questions, Part 2

    Due to the popular response, our Labor and Employment team will be hosting another "Coronavirus: Bring Your Own Employment Questions" Webinar. Submit your questions in advance and join our attorneys for another candid discussion of your most pressing issues with respect to workforce, labor, and employee benefits.

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