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Employer Advisory: FAMLI

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Employer Advisory: FAMLI

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Colorado voters approved Proposition 118 in November of 2020, paving the way for a state-run Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) program.

The basics: 

  • Employers and their employees are both responsible for funding the program and may split the cost 50/50. The premiums are set to 0.9% of the employee’s wage, with .45% paid by the employer and .45% paid by the employee.
  • Both employers and employees contributes begin January 1, 2023.
  • FAMLI will start providing benefits to employees beginning January 1, 2024. 
  • Eligible employees will receive up to twelve weeks of leave.

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