In our continued collaboration with our Dade County partners, we will be hosting a Joint VIRTUAL Meeting on Thursday, October 8th at 2:00 pm.

Do you have burning question(s)? Attorney Bob Turk invites you to send them in advance and he will respond during the meeting.
Register here to reserve your space.

Title: What Do I Need to Know That Doesn’t Start with the Word “COVID” in a New Economy?

Bob will discuss the following:
o New NLRB Decisions-Why HR Should Care
o What is Happening at the EEOC and DOL
o Listening for the Florida Whistleblower
o Are Staffing Company Employees Hotel Employees?


Notes from our September Meeting

Topic: The Evolution Of The HR Management Career In The New Normal.

Description: Presentation was done by David Miklas, Labor and Employment Attorney and covered UPDATES on FFCRA ‐ Understanding of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

FFCRA poster in English

The DOL has put together a EPSL fact sheet for employers

The DOL has issued which an FFCRA Q & A which currently has 100 Q & A

The CDC has many good resources for Florida employers: One example is a list of COVID-19 symptoms, and voluntary posters to educate employees

EEOC COVID-19 Technical Assistance Publication (updated Sept 8, 2020)

Notes from our May Meeting

The May 7 Zoom meeting with employment lawyer David Miklas involved HHRABC Legal Talk and FFCRA Explained. Mr. Miklas reviewed several points and below are some helpful links related to the conversation.

Presentation in Powerpoint Format

Presentation in PDF Format

FFCRA poster in English

The DOL has put together a EPSL fact sheet for employers

The DOL has issued an FFCRA Q & A

The CDC has many good resources for Florida employers: One example is a list of COVID-19 symptoms, and voluntary posters to educate employees:

Executive Order 20-91

Executive Order 20-112

What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws
Technical Assistance Questions and Answers – Updated on May 5, 2020

EEOC’s PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS IN THE WORKPLACE AND THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT

For more information, please contact us or call April Mazza at 954-829-0742.


Members, if you have any ideas for future speakers or events, please let someone on the Board know. And don’t  forget to volunteer to host a meeting (we now pay $25 inclusive to the host property for our meetings).