Brooks Pierce Attorneys Publish Article on Families First Coronavirus Response Act in Business North Carolina
Brooks Pierce attorneys Tricia Goodson and Natalie Sanders recently published an article on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) with Business North Carolina. The article appeared online and in the May print edition of the publication.
The article discusses what employers need to know about the FFCRA, including what employees are eligible for leave, what employers are covered by the laws and what leave is provided under the Acts.
Goodson counsels employers on day-to-day issues that arise with employees, including discipline and discharge issues, leave issues, and wage and hour compliance. She also defends employers in state and federal court on discrimination and harassment claims and other employment-related claims.
Sanders provides counsel and defense to businesses in all aspects of the employment relationship. Her 24 years of experience as an attorney, operations manager, entrepreneur, and community volunteer allow her to relate well to management and provide nuanced guidance in complex matters.
To read the full article online, click here.
Brooks Pierce is dedicated to keeping our clients fully informed during the COVID-19 crisis. For more information, please visit our COVID-19 Response Resources page.