Navigating the Families First Coronavirus Response Act: An Employer Guide
Free Online Webinar
Monday, March 30, 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am
The Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits acknowledge concerns regarding the spread of COVID-19 and its projected impacts on Arizona nonprofits as employers, conveners, and service providers. In response to the Pulse Poll we administered to the Arizona Nonprofit sector, we have found that many of our organizations have questions pertaining to the implications of Emergency Unemployment Insurance, Medical Leave, and Sick Leave.
On March 18, 2020, The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law - providing job-protected, paid leave to employees affected by COVID-19 applying to all employers with fewer than 500 employees.
Join us for this free webinar as Kylie C. TenBrook of Pierce Coleman helps us navigate the new legislation and the projected impact on the nonprofit sector.
We will discuss employer responsibilities pertaining to:
- The Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion
- Emergency Paid Sick Leave
- Tax Credits and Emergency Unemployment Insurance
About the presenter:
Kylie Crawford TenBrook
Kylie is a Partner with Pierce Coleman PLLC. Kylie focuses her practice on handling a variety of matters in defense of employers and municipalities including in the areas of wage and hour, medical leave, harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, and retaliation. Kylie has represented employers before various government agencies charged with investigating and prosecuting employment claims, such as the EEOC, U.S. Department of Labor, the Arizona Industrial Commission, the Arizona Department of Economic Security, and the Civil Rights Division of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, as well as in courts of various jurisdiction. Additionally, Kylie regularly counsels clients and conducts trainings on all facets of employment law.
Prior to joining the firm, Kylie served as in-house counsel for an international hotel chain. In that role, Kylie advised the corporation and associated hotels on a variety of employment-related issues, throughout the United States and internationally, including wage and hour, overtime, discrimination, medical and veteran leave, performance management, and separation issues. Kylie also oversaw all aspects of litigation for the corporation, including in employment, personal injury, breach of contract, bankruptcy, consumer deception, and trademark matters. Kylie’s in-house experience has given her a unique understanding of the business considerations implicated in employment decisions and how those considerations must be weighed in making those decisions.
Before working in-house, Kylie exclusively practiced management-side labor and employment law in private practice with a national law firm.
Kylie graduated magna cum laude from Eastern Michigan University. She received her J.D., summa cum laude, from the University of Toledo, College of Law. After law school, Kylie clerked for the Honorable Joseph J. Farnan in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware.
In her spare time, Kylie works with the Florence Immigration and Refugee Rights Project, providing pro bono services to individuals seeking asylum in the United States on the basis of torture or political persecution. As a result of her work, Kylie was named 2014 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year by the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education.