Responding to swift changes
As the rapidly spreading novel coronavirus prompts more government-mandated closures and shelter-in-place/stay-at-home orders, consumers have abruptly changed their spending habits. Consequently, as businesses grapple to stay afloat amidst sharp declines in profit, swift reductions in force (RIFs) have swept the nation. As the outbreak continues, attorneys should be ready to help employers navigate the administration of employee benefits and prepare for waves of employee furloughs, RIFs, and as the nation recovers, rehiring.
A beneficial discussion
In Employee Benefits Issues Raised by the COVID-19 Pandemic, panelists with significant experience in employee benefits issues on the local, regional, and national levels will walk you through:
Paid and unpaid leave and fringe benefits: What are the options? What should be examined when furloughs or layoffs are unavoidable?
Healthcare: How can COBRA, the Affordable Care Act, or long-term disability coverage be utilized to provide coverage?
Retirement: As the stock market tumbles into “bearish territory,” how are qualified retirement plans affected?
Executive compensation: How will COVID-19 affect the market for attracting competitive C-suite candidates?
Receive well-timed resources to guide clients through the coming waves of RIFs and re-employment with help from Employee Benefits Issues Raised by the COVID-19 Pandemic.