EDC to host webinar on FMLA, Emergency Paid Family Sick Leave

Meeting scheduled to start at 11 a.m. Friday

The Clallam Economic Development Council (EDC) will hold a webinar focusing on FMLA and Emergency Paid Family Sick Leave from 11 a.m. to noon Friday, March 27.

State expert panelists will present to provide potential solutions and answers questions on the new laws.

“This is an opportunity to gain information on the State Shared Work Program and other state resources,” according to a press release.

Experts include Rafael Colon, with the Shared Work Program; Cyal Christmas, manager, Unemployment Insurance Compliance and Audits; and a presenter from the Department of Labor & Industries.

To join the meeting, click this link, which will take you to Cisco Webex meetings to download the appropriate application.

The meeting number (access code) is 966 230 152.

The meeting password is izAtMszG549.

To join by phone, call 1-404-397-1516 or 877-309-3457 (U.S. toll free).

To join from a video system or application, dial [email protected]. You can also dial and enter your meeting number.

Join using Microsoft Lync or Microsoft Skype for Business: dial [email protected].

For more information, email [email protected].

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