|Do you need to take sick leave because you or a family member has been exposed to COVID-19? Are you working remotely while also caring for your children because their school is closed? Have your hours been reduced or have you been furloughed? |
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be entitled to new federal benefits to assist workers impacted by COVID-19.
Join NEA’s Office of General Counsel for a webinar about your rights under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and the CARES Act.
|WEBINAR FOR EDUCATORS Coronavirus Sick Leave, Family Leave, and Unemployment Benefits Understanding Your Rights |
Thursday, April 30
7:00 p.m. ET / 4:00 p.m. PT SIGN UP ›
|If you can’t make it, still sign up so you can receive a recording and resources pertaining to sick leave, family leave, unemployment insurance, and educator rights. |
In this webinar, we’ll share what you need to know about qualifying for sick or family leave and discuss expanded benefits under unemployment insurance programs for workers who have had their hours reduced or have lost employment due to the pandemic.
Note: To cover the most relevant information possible, please submit a question when you register so our team can tailor the presentation. Although we cannot give you legal advice on your specific situation, we will answer questions about the new benefits and educator rights under these federal laws. Any questions submitted during the webinar will be recorded with the intent to answer in future webinars or NEA online resources.
Hope you can make it,
— The NEA EdAction Team