In this insightful new podcast, James Venable and Sue Woods cut through the complexity to help you understand what matters and how you can help fix it – all in 10 minutes or less. Listen below, and subscribe on Apple podcasts or Spotify.
EEOC’s updated return to work guidance
How FFCRA Leave, PTO, and other leave laws intersect
Leave benefits for your furloughed employees
How the DOL’s new ERISA rules affect employers
FFCRA's Small Business Exemption
EEOC's COVID-19 Guidance
The CARES Act: what you need to know
Can COVID-19 antibody testing be used to screen employees? Do employers have to provide accommodations to workers living with someone who is “high-risk”? Sue and our guest-host Sarah Wisor answer those questions and more to help employers get their employees back to work safely.
Employers and their employees are struggling to understand how new FFCRA leaves affect existing leave benefits. Join James and Sue as they break down how current leave laws intersect.
On this week’s episode, Sue and James discuss what leave benefits your employees who were previously furloughed are entitled to when they come back to work after coronavirus closures are lifted.
The Department of Labor recently issued new ERISA claims procedures, which go into effect immediately and alter the claims procedure timelines. James and Sue review how the timelines have changed and what you need to know.
Small business owners may be exempt from providing paid leave for certain reasons under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). In this episode James and Sue review how the exemption works.
Listen for info on how the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)’s guidance on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can help your employees return to a safe workplace.
This episode covers the top five takeaways from the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), explained by James and Sue from ReedGroup’s legal/compliance team.