Webinar – 1.0 HRCI & SHRM Credits: FMLA Employer Requirements Including Update on Emergency Paid Sick Leave

DATE: Wed, June 13, 2021

TIME: 2:00 pm EDT to 3:30 pm EDT

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BASIC is happy to announce another free educational webinar for employers and Human Resource professionals. This presentation will provide valuable information on understanding the FMLA and its requirements, including the most common FMLA mistakes made by employers and their associated risks. Joe Aitchison will also cover the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) which extends the tax credits for employer-provided paid sick and paid family leave from Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).

The agenda for this webinar includes but is not limited to:
• Emergency Paid Sick Leave (EPSL)
• FMLA – From the DOL’s Perspective
• FMLA Compliance
• Top Employer Mistakes
• Employer Best Practice Recommendations
• Q & A

The first 60 minutes will focus on the above topics, while the remaining time will be devoted to Q&A and insight into BASIC’s FMLA Administration options.

BASIC’s webinar is approved for 1.0 HRCI and 1.0 SHRM-CP credits for advanced professional credentials for HR professionals worldwide. Credits are only available for live attendance.

Presented by Joe Aitchison, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CHRS
Joe is the former Vice President of BASIC and a frequent presenter for BASIC webinars. He has obtained a lifetime certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources and is certified by the Society of Human Resources as a Senior Certified Professional. As an expert on employment practice and benefits, Joe has thirty years of human resource, business management, and consulting experience working with companies in a multitude of industries. Joe is a respected and frequent speaker at national conferences, presenting on “Employer Best Practice”, FMLA, healthcare reform/ACA compliance, employee benefits, employment-related federal regulations, and risk management.