WEBINAR: A Crash Course on the Paid Leave Provisions of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
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Complimentary for HR Houston members.

When: Monday, March 30
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Where: WEBINAR: A Crash Course on the Paid Leave Provisions of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
United States
Presenter: Alexis Knapp, Littler Mendelson

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WEBINAR: Preparing for April 2020: A Crash Course on the Paid Leave Provisions of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201)

Presented by Alexis Knapp, Littler Mendelson

This program is designed for HR professionals who are furiously tracking various COVID-19 developments to keep their workplaces operating and in compliance, all the while remaining responsive to employee needs during this unprecedented time. In this 60-minute webinar, we will address the paid leave requirements of this new law—including which employers the law applies to, which employees are eligible, for what reasons, for how long, and exactly how much time is available. The program will also delve into some of the most common challenges and questions employers are raising as they navigate the practical realities of the law’s requirements. 


ALEXIS C KNAPP is board certified in labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR®). She represents employers in all areas of labor and employment law and appears in state and federal courts and before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. She handles litigation against both private and governmental plaintiffs and has specific experience with matters arising under: The Family and Medical Leave Act The Americans with Disabilities Act Title VII of the Civil Rights Act The Age Discrimination in Employment Act The Fair Labor Standards Act In addition to her litigation practice, Alexis counsels clients on employment law matters, including: Complex leave and accommodation issues Compliance Handbook and policy review and drafting Reductions-in-force Performance management and terminations Employee release agreements Wage and hour issues Discrimination, harassment and retaliation issues Nondiscrimination and anti-retaliation efforts Alexis provides training and speaks frequently on a variety of topics for employer and industry groups. Before beginning her legal career, Alexis served as an associate dean of the College of Business and Economics and assistant professor of management at Houston Baptist University, where she taught courses in human resources and employment law at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. She has continued as a member of the adjunct faculty and has taught graduate classes in employment law. Previously, Alexis was a human resources professional in the public sector, where her focus was employee benefits, organizational policies and procedures and training.

Credit Hours

*Submitted to SHRM for 1 Professional Development Credit (PDCs) towards the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP and to HR Certification Institute for 1 HR (General) credit towards PHR and SPHR recertification requirements.

Payment & Terms
  • HR Houston Member  Complimentary
  • HR Houston NonMember  $25.00

Non-member cancellations may be made with a full refund up to 1 business day prior to the webinar.  Non-members who register and neither cancel nor attend are not eligible for refund or rescheduling.
Webinar Link

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