Webinar to Help Access Frontline Worker Pay Scheduled for May 26

On Friday, April 29, the legislature passed a bill to provide frontline workers a bonus check for their commitment to serving their community during the height of the pandemic. The measure will use $500 million of federal funds to provide "hero" payments to an estimated 667,000 frontline workers in specified sectors, including long-term care and home care settings like nursing homes and assisted living.

A webinar “Getting Bonus Pay to Minnesota’s Frontline Workers: What Long-Term Care Providers Need to Know” has been scheduled for Thursday, May 26 from 3-3:45 p.m. and is designed to explore the essential details on how to access this important and well-deserved bonus. Featured speakers include Dave Skovholt, Systems, Communications, and Educational Interventions Principal, Labor Standards Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry, St. Paul and Jeff Bostic, Director of Data and Financial Policy, LeadingAge Minnesota.

There is no cost for LeadingAge Minnesota members to participate in this webinar because it is a benefit of membership. For additional information on this timely program and to register click here.

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