Stephanie Rawitt Featured in “An Employer's Response to the Families First Coronavirus Act and CARES Act” Webinar
Things continue to move quickly in the world of COVID-19. Stephanie Rawitt, Member in the Labor and Employment group in the Clark Hill Philadelphia office, presented a webinar with the Pennsylvania Bar Association on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) and its key provisions as well as an overview of the CARES Act provisions relating to tax credits, unemployment benefits, employment taxes, and related employee benefits.
One hour of CLE is available for listening to the on-demand webinar and can be accessed here.
Rawitt provides legal services and advice on employment matters to a variety of clients including hospitals, medical practices, retirement communities, assisted living facilities, home healthcare companies, public entities, nonprofit organizations, private businesses, colleges, universities, and corporations. She works specifically with human resources departments to create, manage, and maintain the most current employment policies and procedures, ensuring that companies comply with ever-changing federal, state, and local laws.
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