Session 2: FFCRA Questions Answered by the Department of Labor
Pre-Approved for 2.0 SHRM and HRCI Professional Development Credits
An interactive webinar session where Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division subject matter experts provide an overview and address the most frequently asked questions regarding the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) including protections offered by the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act (EPSLA) and Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act (EFMLEA).
1. Overview of FFCRA, EPSLA, and EFMLEA
2. Understanding an employers’ duties and requirements under these acts.
3. Have your most frequently asked questions addressed directly by the Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division subject matter experts.
This is the second of 2 identical programs offered by the DOL on FFCRA. Due to capacity issues we are limited to 55 registrations for each program.
Terence (Terry) Trotter is the Wage & Hour Division’s Director for the Hawaii District Office, which includes Hawai‘i, American Samoa, Guam, and the CNMI. Mr. Trotter is responsible for the Compliance Assistance and Enforcement Program for the district relating to the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act, FLSA, Worker Visa Programs, FMLA, and various other Statutes. Mr. Trotter began his Investigator career with the Wage & Hour Division in 1985 at Pennsylvania District Office. In 1993, he was transferred to the Guam Field Office and in 2002, assigned to the Hawaii Area Office as the Assistant District Director. In 2010, the Hawaii Area Office became the Hawaii District Office and named Mr. Trotter as its District Director.
As Assistant District Director of the Honolulu District Office Wage & Hour Division, Min Kirk has a well-established background in both the private and government sectors. Ms. Kirk joined the Wage and Hour Division as an investigator in 2003 and was promoted to be the Senior Investigative Advisor in 2009. In 2010, Ms. Kirk was selected for her current position, where she supervises the Wage and Hour investigators in Hawai‘i.
Sarah came to the US Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division in 1997, when she became an investigator with the Division in Houston, Texas and in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She now works as a Senior Investigator Advisor for the San Francisco Regional Office.
In her current capacity, she spends significant time developing and providing training and mentorship for the Division’s new hires at the District, Regional and National office’s (WDC) in virtually all of the laws overseen by the agency on any given day, to include the agency’s most recent, FFCRA. Sarah is a graduate of The Ohio State University and has an MPA from the University of New Mexico.
$10.00 Member Registration
$25.00 Guest Registration