As an employer you have many legal obligations to consider as you make decisions around COVID-19.

Here is a news release from March 24, 2020  explaining Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave under The Families First Coronavirus Response Act

The Law Offices of Snell & Wilmer have many articles designed to assist you as you face these challenges. Please use this as a guide and also consult your own legal council as you plan to implement decisions. Also please review our OSHA information for other obligations you are facing as an employer.

Snell & Wilmer Webinars

COVID-19 continues to present extraordinary and ever-changing challenges to companies. Attorneys from Snell & Wilmer will discuss, via telephone conference, the stimulus plan which was recently passed and the potential impact in a variety of business areas. Topics are scheduled to include, but not limited to, business loans and other financial considerations, employee pensions, the interplay between Families First Coronavirus Response Act and state declarations, potential business opportunities related to the recently passed stimulus legislation, and best practices businesses may wish to consider to shift from responding to the crisis to a new business structure.

Wednesday April 1st - will provide details soon...

Did you miss a webinar? Click here for their recordings.

Resources from Snell & Wilmer

The CARES Act Includes Many Tax Incentives for Employers - Deferral of Payment of Employer Taxes and Employee Retention Credit

The CARES Act Includes Many Tax Incentives for Businesses - Expands Ability to Take Losses and Deductions

Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Summary of the Employment Provisions of the New Law

Paid Sick Time Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Furloughs, Reductions in Force, and Alternatives to Consider

 International Trade and Disruption of Supply Chains: Risk Management in the Pandemic AgeInternational Trade and Disruption of Supply Chains: Risk Management in the Pandemic Age

 

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