On Demand Webinar: When You Can't Maintain Payroll - WARN Acts & Unemployment in the COVID-19 World
Posted on 06/02/2020 at 10:42 AM by The Newsroom
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many employers to think about ways to cut payroll due to government-ordered and voluntary business closings and operational limits. Whether you are reducing working hours, laying off, or terminating employees, your business needs to consider various legal risks and requirements, as well as programs supporting impacted workers. As the pandemic lingers, employers are revisiting these decisions because what was thought to be short-lived is being extended.
If you could use some guidance on how to best manage your payroll in these times, this On Demand Webinar can help. It originally aired on May 27th in conjunction with the Tri-State Human Resource Association. The Employment & Labor Law Attorneys of Dickinson Law cover the federal WARN Act and state WARN Acts of Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin regarding how they apply to these decisions, as well as new federal unemployment programs providing help to affected employees.
Click here to access the recording*. Note, minor technical audio issues were experienced during the original webinar, however content follows the presentation onscreen. If you have any questions, please email Sarah Ruba.
*The material presented is current as of five business days prior to May 27, 2020. It is designed and intended for general informational purposes only. It is not intended and it should not be construed or relied upon as legal advice. Viewers should check for new laws, regulations, FAQs, Q&As, or other guidance from applicable government agencies before using these materials.
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