What is the FFCRA and How Does It Impact Your Business?
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Join Keith A. Ashmus, past NSBA Chair and Retired Partner at Frantz Ward LLP as he explores the FFCRA and its implications.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) provides two resources of paid leave for employees in response to COVID-19. The act also assists employers with less than 500 employees with the recoupment of the costs of that paid leave via payroll tax reimbursement. Join past NSBA Chair, Keith A. Ashmus, as he shares insight around key FFCRA discussion topics such as:
- Layoffs and Furlough
- Paid Time Off and Sick Leave
- Emergency Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Medical Benefits
- Unemployment Compensation and Reduced Hours
Keith A. Ashmus
Past NSBA Chair
Retired Partner at Frantz Ward LLP
Keith Ashmus (@keith4smallbiz) is a noted small business advocate. He recently retired from Frantz Ward LLP, a successful law firm that he co-founded, and started a new venture focusing on ethical compliance, financial fraud control, mediation, and arbitration, which he named Dispute-Away, LLC. He has served as chair of Northeast Ohio’s small business chamber of commerce, the Council of Smaller Enterprises, and also chaired the National Small Business Association during the early years of the Obama Administration. As a lawyer, he was elected President of the Ohio State Bar Association and the Ohio State Bar Foundation, the OSBA’s philanthropic arm. He currently serves as a representative from Region V on the SBA’s Regulatory Fairness Board, which strives to help small businesses avoid problems with red tape and bureaucracy on the federal level.