Many employees have reduced hours because of the virus. When the Act says part time do they mean the employer should look back over the past 6 months to determine if part time - and not consider reductions in hours because of the virus.
How does the $200 daily cap apply to employees who work 4)10's?
It seems unfair to max out an employee at $200 when they work two extra hours per day, but the Acts do not address this. It makes more sense to pay 2/3 of their hourly rate up to $25/hour (which is $200 divided by 8 hours).
1. Whether the 50 employee exemption under EFMLEA and EPSLA is applicable to public sector?
''(3) REGULATORY AUTHORITIES.-The Secretary of Labor shall have the authority to issue regulations for good cause under sections 553(b)(B) and 553(d)(A) of title 5, United States Code-
''(A) to exclude certain health care providers and emergency responders from the definition of eligible employee under... more »
The limit for leave should say $10,000, not $12,000.
Are behavioral health clinics and substance use providers in the category of healthcare providers or is that only hospitals
I assume that for part-timers, the daily benefit caps of $200 and $551 are pro-rated using the full-time 40-hour workweek definition - but could you confirm please?
Can you also include the employee retention credits from the CARES Act?
Also in this resource, can you provide clarification on the difference between getting a credit against ER Social Security and being... more »
Per the FMLEA children under the age of 18 qualify for the need of an employee to have the ability to qualify for paid leave although the IRS states that children over 14 during day hours don't qualify unless justifying reasons. I can see that this could be a huge sticking point for employers as they may be required under the DOL rules but won't qualify for the tax credit.
However, the FAQ published by DOL "https://www.dol.gov/agencies/whd/pandemic/ffcra-questions" has multiple questions (namely, 23, 24, and 25) stating employees are not eligible for paid sick leave when the... more »
Is there a specific document that is use for FFCRA leave available. We have created an internal form for employe to provide as much information as possible for leave but we would like to see if there is a specific form for this particular situation.
There are many businesses that may provide multiple services - one may include a home health division and have homecare workers. If a business that offers home health and also provides an array of services so that they have a "division" of home care. Are the home care workers exempt from the FFCRA, but the employees working for the other services the business provides not exempt.