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Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA): Challenges Specific to Childcare & Youth Organizations

Posted In Coronavirus, Employment Issues, Family and Medical Leave Act

Coronavirus

Earlier this year, Congress passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) in direct response to the reality that many working individuals would be forced to miss work due to COVID-19 related reasons.  After a long spring and summer, childcare and youth organizations subject to the FFCRA are now grappling with how to bring their employees back and comply with this new law.

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Pregnant Employees

Posted In Employment Issues

Pregnant EmployeeClients often call me about how best to accommodate pregnant employees.  One of my law partners has written an excellent guide to the latest federal regulations on the topic.   How to implement the guidelines in your particular program, of course, will depend on what your program does.  Light duty at a day care center will be very different from light duty at a sports camp.

EEOC Guidelines for Pregnant Employees

Posted In Day Care, Employment Issues

The EEOC yesterday issued new guidelines for accommodating pregnant employees.  Among other things, you may need to provide more frequent breaks, lighter duty, or assistance from other staff in your organization.

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