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DOL headquarters To implement the requirements of the FFCRA, the DOL issued a set of regulations in April 2020 that are scheduled to expire by year-end 2020, along with the statute itself. (Photo: Mike Scarcella/ALM)

As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches into the fall, employees continue to be concerned about their financial, mental, physical and social health. Employers trying to help their employees and the company navigate these challenges have more regulations to review concerning the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), which were made in response to a federal court ruling that certain portions of the original regulations were invalid.

Related: Large employers raise the alarm on varying state regulations around paid leave

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