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Time to Update

We are three weeks into the new year, and some (perhaps many?) employers still haven’t brought their policies on employee leave into compliance with the new Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act requirements.  Since January 1, 2022, all Connecticut employers with at least one employee must provide job-protected unpaid leave for up to 12 weeks to employees who need time off due to their own serious medical conditions, or to care for family members with such conditions.  Income replacement benefits may be available to these employees from the Connecticut Paid Leave Authority.

Our firm has published a blog post and a Client Alert with more detailed information about the new Connecticut FMLA.   We also held a recent webinar on the subject;  a recording is available here.

If you need more information, or assistance in bringing your policies into compliance with the law, call one of our Labor and Employment lawyers.

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