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Posted on September 4, 2020

The US Department of Labor (“DOL”) has provided further guidance on FFCRA childcare leave available to caregivers. Given that “back to school” is taking many forms this school year (virtual, in-person, blended and hybrid), the DOL has clarified which employee situations would be covered by FFCRA childcare leave. Please see this article for details on the DOL’s guidance.