FAMLI: The Ins And Outs How Colorado’s employee leave policies will pave the way for a stronger commitment to providing workers with greater access and more flexibility in terms of leave policies

FAMLI: The Ins And Outs How Colorado’s employee leave policies will pave the way for a stronger commitment to providing workers with greater access and more flexibility in terms of leave policies

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The State of Colorado is revising its employee leave policies in preparation for 2023, rolling out a variety of new policies to ensure that working families have access to the benefits they need. Perhaps most notable is the introduction of the Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) program, which began funding On January 1, 2023, and will go into effect in 2024.

The new FAMLI program will offer employees up to 12 weeks of paid leave for various circumstances, making a strong commitment to providing workers with greater access and more flexibility when it comes to leave policies – setting a high standard for future initiatives in other states throughout the country. Read more from Director of Human Resources Cinda Dagget in HR.com below.

FAMLI: The Ins And Outs – HR.com

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