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Posted on July 17, 2020

Find information on recent guidance on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA”) in this article, including:

    Is Your Employee Eligible For Paid Leave If Their Child’s Summer Camp Has Been Cancelled? The Department of Labor has provided guidance on if and when an employee is eligible for leave related to childcare during the school summer break. In certain situations, if an employee lacks childcare this summer due to cancelled or reduced capacity summer programs, then that employee may be eligible for leave under the FFCRA.
    If an Employee Does Take Leave under FFCRA, How Should That Be Reported? The Internal Revenue Service has provided guidance for employers and their payroll providers on how to report FFCRA wage payments.