UPDATE (JANUARY 23, 2021): The FFCRA (which is highlighted in this webinar) lapsed at the end of December 2020. However, we are expecting the new administration to extend this law! As of this update, the current proposal is to bring back the FFCRA, but extend it to employees of companies with more than 500 employees, less than 50 employees, and federal workers who were originally excluded from receiving FFCRA. I need to stress that this is just a proposal as of this writing, so the bill that will eventually be passed may be different or watered down. Stay tuned for updates!
WORKERS' RIGHTS DURING COVID19
SAVE YOUR JOB & SAVE YOUR SANITY
A FREE WEBINAR
OVERWHELMED TRYING TO WORK WHILE CARING FOR YOUR KIDS?
80% OF WORKING PARENTS DO NOT KNOW ABOUT THEIR NEWLY GAINED RIGHTS TO SUPPORT THEM DURING THIS PANDEMIC!!
DON'T QUIT YOUR JOB BECAUSE YOUR KIDS NEED YOUR ATTENTION! THERE IS A WAY TO SAVE YOUR JOB, AS WELL AS YOUR SANITY!
JOIN DAPHNE DELVAUX AKA THE MAMATTORNEY
SAVE YOUR JOB
& SAVE YOUR SANITY
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29TH AT 12PM PST
In this FREE webinar, Daphne Delvaux a.k.a the Mamattorney will empower you to use your rights under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Did you know your employer may not be giving you complete or accurate information? The Mamattorney will teach you what you need to know. She is your ally. She is an employment rights attorney, a mother, and a parents' rights advocate.
Save Your Job and Save Your Sanity!
What every working parent needs to know about new COVID-19 employment rights.
The nature of new paid leaves of absence rights now available to millions of American parents
How to alternate the leaves so you can cover childcare/work with the co-parent
How to use the leaves intermittently so you don’t let your employer hanging
How to ask for your rights
How long you can take leave when school is closed, summer camp is canceled, the nanny is quarantined, or grandma should not be exposed to your kids
Eligibility for the new rights, and what to do if you’re not eligible
What it means to be in a protected class as a parent
...AND MUCH MORE!