The Families First Coronavirus Response Act: What You Need to Know

Learn about Congress’ newly passed Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which created two new types of paid leave for employees in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
April 6, 2020
2:00pm EDT - 3:00pm EDT

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The coronavirus has wreaked havoc throughout the country, creating significant hardships on employees and employers alike. To provide some relief, Congress recently passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”), which creates two new types of paid leave for employees: (1) Expanded Family and Medical Leave and (2) Emergency Paid Sick Leave.


  • Employers covered by the FFCRA
  • Leave eligibility
  • Qualifying reasons for leave
  • Paid leave entitlements
  • FFCRA enforcement
  • Providing notice to your workforce, and more.


Jonathan R. Mook, Attorney, DiMuro Ginsburg, P.C., Alexandria, Virginia

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