COVID-19 Health & Welfare: Compliance for Employers Update

On-Demand Webinar

Written by Lauren Fischer | April 15, 2020

COVID-19 health and welfare compliance update

While the coronavirus continues to surge nationwide, HR and benefits professionals are scrambling to address employee benefits issues and concerns. During this time of national emergency, benefitexpress remains committed to providing informational resources to help employers respond and remain compliant when handling its organization's most pressing concerns. 

As part of our continuing ERISA Compliance series, our April 9th webinar discussed COVID-19 and updates from the IRS and DOL concerning the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Keep reading for instant access to the downloadable slides and an on-demand recording of the presentation.

Background

The coronavirus pandemic is certainly a moving target—especially as it pertains to employers and enterprise organizations. New information is being released at what seems like warp speed, making it challenging for business leaders to stay atop of evolving regulations, policies and best practices.

In this webinar, we take a closer look at how the novel coronavirus is not only affecting the way we live, but changing the way we work.

Webinar overview

Our on-demand webinar covers:

  • The current spread of Coronavirus
  • Recent guidance from the IRS and DOL on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
  • Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act- the effect on employees and employers
  • Filing, reporting and compliance requirements delayed or waived
  • Common compliance questions we are receiving from employers
  • Live Q&A

Webinar slides

Download the webinar slides here.

Webinar recording

Watch the webinar here.

benefitexpress is committed to providing informational resources to help business leaders plan and respond to the evolving concerns of COVID-19. To stay up-to-date on the latest COVID-19 health and welfare compliance issues, please subscribe to our blog.

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Topics: Webinar, COVID-19