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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