FFCRA Policy Package
Simply putting up a poster isn’t enough
Get your FFCRA survival toolkit for only $200
The FFCRA has put a lot of new obligations on employers regarding emergency paid sick leave (EPSL) and expanded Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) benefits.
While the FFCRA does mandate that employers put up a poster to put employees on notice of the new sick leave laws, that isn’t the only document you need to worry about. In fact, there are quite a few other documents employers need to have in their possession to comply with the FFCRA.
Spend $200 to save thousands.
Our FFCRA Survival Toolkit Includes:
- Employer checklist to help you meet compliance
- FFCRA Poster (English & Spanish)
- FFCRA Employee Rights FAQs (English & Spanish)
- Small Business Exemption Poster
- Emergency Paid Sick Leave and FMLA Policy
- FFCRA Employer Obligations FAQs (English & Spanish)
- And more!
For only $100 more get our advanced toolkit, which includes:
- Personal Health Information Confidentiality Agreement
- Short-term Telecommuting Agreement
- Intermittent Leave Agreement
“The name of the game is document, document, document! It is extremely important for you to document not only your employees’ requests, but your responses to them, as well.”
Susan Dawson, Partner Navigant Law Group
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