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NCMGMA Webinar: Families First Coronavirus Response Act

WEBINAR
Fri, Mar 27, 2020 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EDT

This is an event of the North Carolina Medical Group Managers Association (NCMGMA)

On March 18, 2020, the President signed into law the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act created mandatory federal paid sick leave for employees unable to work due to the virus. This presentation will discuss basic information employers need to consider during this pandemic.

Presenter:

Jefferson P. Whisenant

Jefferson is an attorney at Young Moore & Henderson, P.A., working with the Employment Law and Workers’ Compensation teams. He represents employers and insurers throughout all stages of litigation including workers’ compensation defense matters. He also advises employers on topics ranging from FMLA to handbook reviews. He graduated cum laude from Clemson University and received his juris doctorate from Wake Forest University School of Law. He lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with his wife and two hound dogs, Doug and Poppy.


Registration

This webinar is complimentary for NCMGMA members and for non-members. Space is limited so make sure to register early! After you register, you will receive an emailed confirmation with webinar and phone-in instructions.

Continuing education credit may be granted through your professional organization (MGMA, PAHCOM, AHIMA, etc.). Please self-submit for these organizations.

Questions

For questions or more information please contact the NCMGMA offices at info@ncmgm.org.

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