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FFCRA Regulations Revised Due to Court Decision

FFCRA regulations revised

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The Department of Labor revised paid sick leave and family medical leave regulations regarding the provisions of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). Changes were made in response to a federal court decision that struck down certain parts. The revisions became effective September 16, 2020.

The revised regulations narrow the definition of health care providers who employers may exclude from FFCRA leave. It also clarifies that:

  • Employees must provide required documentation supporting their need for FFCRA leave to their employer as soon as practicable.
  • For expanded leave, advance notice isn’t prohibited and is usually required if the leave is foreseeable.

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Rick Labian

Rick Labian

Rick Labian lives by the Golden Rule – he is guided by what is best for his clients and treats others as he would like to be treated. Rick acts as an advisor and advocate for his clients, helping identify goals for their benefit programs and building a strategic plan together. Rick has a rich history with NIS. He has worked for NIS for over 20 years, leading the Eastern region. Rick is the Manager and leads the FBC Client Management Team. Rick’s leadership and experience aids our internal staff and all of NIS’ FBC clients. Rick is a licensed insurance agent and is ACA certified through the National Association of Health Underwriters.