- Make sure you post the FAMLI notice or email it out: https://famli.colorado.gov/news-article/required-program-notice
- Ensure FAMLI deductions are properly being taken from employee paychecks, and plan on paying your premiums each quarter – the first payment is due April 30, 2022 for Q1 (30 day grace period!).
- Here is an employer's complete guide to FAMLI: https://famli.colorado.gov/sites/famli/files/An_Employer%27s_Guide_to_FAMLI.pdf
- Colorado's Healthy Families and Workplaces Act continues to require employers pay up to 80 hours of sick leave for COVID-19 related issues – at least until this February 2023 because we're still under a public health emergency.
- Employees can also use the 80 hours, which is a one-time grant and not renewed each year, for the FLU and for RSV. Here is more info: https://cdle.colorado.gov/hfwa
Email or call if you require any assistance.