FFCRA Remains an Option, but Not a Requirement for 2021

As the end of 2020 rapidly approaches, and with COVID-19 numbers still high across the country, employers have been wondering whether Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) benefits (which were set to expire on December 31, 2020) will be extended into the New Year. As of yesterday evening, Congress appears to have provided an answer. Assuming President Trump signs the bill, employers will be allowed, but are not required, to continue to provide FFCRA leave through March 31, 2021. More.

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Mary P. Snyder

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Labor & Employment