Paid & Unpaid FMLA: Putting Your Leave Policies into Action

Connecticut employers—particularly small businesses—face a host of new administrative challenges Jan. 1, 2022 when employees can begin taking paid family and medical leave.

Private sector employers with one or more employees must grant benefits under changes to the Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act, with employees eligible to take up to 12 weeks of paid time off within a 12-month period if employed with the company for at least three months.

Attorneys with Kainen, Escalera, and McHale joined Andrea Barton Reeves, CEO of Connecticut's Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Authority, to explain the changes at CBIA’s Employment Law Conference Nov. 4.
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