Employment law update
On March 11, President Biden signed into the law the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA). Totaling $1.9 trillion dollars, the coronavirus relief package is designed to boost the economy and combat the effects of virus. The Act also contains a wide variety of tax changes affecting individuals and businesses.
Assessing the Employment Impacts of H.R. 1319 – the American Rescue Plan Act will focus on how this recently passed legislation affects the rights and obligations of employers with respect to the provision of employee leave previously required by the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).
John Gardner of DeWitt LLP will explain:
- Which employers can obtain/Who is eligible for tax credits
- The types of leave for which employers can obtain tax credits
- How employers can provide different types of FFCRA leave and maintain tax credit eligibility
- Various landmines relating to the provision of FFCRA leave pursuant to ARPA
Understand how ARPA extends and expands COVID-19 related employment tax credits with help from Assessing the Employment Impacts of H.R. 1319 – the American Rescue Plan Act.