HCAOA Teams Up with Polsinelli, NAHC for Home Care Industry Update Webinar on March 16
HCAOA CEO Vicki Hoak will join the lawyers from Polsinelli, and NAHC for an informative legal update tailored for the home-based care industry on Thursday, March 16, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m., EST.
The free webinar will cover recent government action extending the statute of limitations for investigating and prosecuting certain providers who participated in specific COVID related aid packages and the impact on the home care industry. These various aid packages include the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”), COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program (“EIDL”), Provider Relief Funds Program (“PRF”) and the Employee Retention Credit Program (“ERC”).
The webinar will provide best practices for preparing for what will likely be a significant volume of government investigations aimed at those providers that leveraged COVID-related aid during the pandemic. Attendees will also receive a resource outlining the compliance steps your organization can take today to be adequately equipped for such an investigation in the future.
The webinar will also give a substantive overview of the latest federal legislative and regulatory developments impacting our industry, including but not limited to the latest developments regarding the Federal Trade Commission’s proposed ban on non-competes, the status of the NLRB’s proposed rule modifying the joint employment standard under the NLRA, and an overview of the DOL’s recent activity, including the status of the proposed change to the independent contractor standard and recent enforcement activity.
In addition, Polsinelli will discuss Biden’s statements in his most recent state of the union address regarding the need to protect low wage workers and how that initiative is manifesting itself within the industry, the monumental NLRB ruling banning non-disparagement provisions in separation and release agreements, and the recent California decision impacting the use of arbitration agreements with class action waivers.
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