Prepping for FAMLI: What you need to do to comply by January 1
In 2020, Colorado enacted the statewide paid family and medical leave insurance program (FAMLI), and has been building it since then.
Under FAMLI, employees’ paid leave benefits — ranging from 12 to 16 weeks — begin January 1, 2024 to care for their own or a family member’s serious health condition, care for a new child, make arrangements for military deployment and for those in unsafe environments.
FAMLI will be enacted in stages, the first of which begins in January, where employers are required to deduct premiums for each employee — through payroll taxes – to fund the FAMLI program.
If you’re wondering how best to prepare for FAMLI, join us Wednesday, October 12 as CADA Endorsed Provider American Fidelity’s HR/Benefit Consultant Melissa McDuffey leads the seminar, Prepping for FAMLI: What you need to do to comply by January 1.
Designed for Dealer Principals, Owners, General Managers and Controllers, Melissa will help you understand more about the program, requirements you must follow and how you can prepare your employees for it.
- What FAMLI is and how it is funded
- Who’s eligible to participate
- How the statewide program works
- The pros and cons for other participation options
- How you can prepare for it
Wednesday, October 12, 2022
7:30 a.m. - Breakfast
8 - 9 a.m. - Seminar
290 E. Speer Blvd.
$109 - First registration
$ 89 - Additional registrations
About our presenter
Before joining American Fidelity, Melissa McDuffey worked at a large Oklahoma law firm with a specific focus on labor and employment law. In that role, she gained experience in litigation and advising employers of all sizes about labor and employment issues, including state and federal leave laws.
Melissa now serves American Fidelity as an HR/Benefit Consultant, where she focuses on various state and federal leave laws. Her background helps American Fidelity better serve you through employee and employer education.