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FAMLI Matters - Preparing your organization for Colorado's Family & Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) Program
FAMLI Matters: Employer updates to Colorado's Family & Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) Program
Join ASAP for a free webinar on Sept. 29 with employment law attorney Michael Santo to learn about updates to Colorado's Family & Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) program and actions employers need to take for compliance.

Starting Jan. 1, 2023, ALL Colorado employers will need to register and be prepared to collect and remit premium payments to fund the state’s new extended paid leave program. In August, the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment (CDLE) FAMLI Division adopted revised program requirements for employers.

During his presentation, Michael will review employer responsibilities for calculating FAMLI premiums and paycheck deductions, how FAMLI leave works with FMLA and HFWA, compliance for multi-state/remote workforces, and exemption process updates for local governments/special tax districts and qualifying private plans.

The presentation starts at 2 p.m. (MT) and will include a Q&A session. If you’re unable to attend the live event, go ahead and register to receive a link to the recording so you don't miss this critical information.


Presented by Bechtel & Santo; Hosted by ASAP
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Michael Santo
Cofounder & Partner @Bechtel & Santo
Employment law attorney Michael Santo is cofounder and partner at Bechtel & Santo in Grand Junction, Colorado. Since 1994, Michael has focused his practice on defending companies in employment litigation, including discrimination lawsuits; wrongful discharge; and wage and hour matters. Counseling companies on day-to-day employment issues is also an important part of Michael’s practice. This includes advising employers on hiring, discipline, and termination decisions; on leave and disability issues; and on preparing and revising employee handbooks. By helping employers develop sound personnel policies, Michael assists many Colorado companies, large and small, in minimizing the risk of employment-related litigation.