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Colorado Free Printable Labor Law Posters Posters Colorado Employer Toolkit Break Room Poster Required

 Employer Toolkit Break Room  PDF

The Employer Toolkit Break Room is a labor law posters poster by the Colorado Department Of Labor and Employment. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Colorado, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

Beginning in 2024, Colorado’s paid family and medical leave insurance (FAMLI) program will provide paid time off when you face life circumstances that pull you away from your job — like growing your family or caring for a loved one with a serious health condition.


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How does it work?	
Beginning on January 1, 2024, nearly every 
Colorado worker who earns at least $2,500 in 
yearly wages within the state will be eligible 
to take 	paid family and medical leave	 during 	
covered circumstances:
» To care for a new child, including adopted and 
fostered children	
» To care for themselves, if they have a serious 
health condition 	
» To care for a family member with a serious 
health condition	
» To make arrangements for a family member’s 
military deployment	
» To address the immediate safety needs and 
impact of domestic violence and/or sexual 
assault.	
Depending on your income, when using paid 
leave, you will receive between 37% and 90% of 
your normal weekly wages. 	Benefits are capped 	
at $1,100 per week.
Most workers are eligible to receive up to 
12 weeks of paid family and medical leave. 
Those who experience pregnancy or childbirth 
complications may receive an additional four 
weeks.  	
Who pays for FAMLI? 	
Contributions to Colorado’s FAMLI program will 
be shared between employers and workers. 
Beginning on January 1, 2023, your employer may 
begin deducting up to 0.45% of your pay to cover 
your portion of the FAMLI premium. 	
What are my rights? 	
Eligible Colorado workers have the right to 
take paid family and medical leave for covered 
circumstances.  
Once you have served in your job for at least 180 
days (about six months), your job is protected 
under the law. As long as you are eligible and 
qualify to use paid leave, your employer cannot 
prevent you from taking it, and cannot penalize 
or fire you for taking paid leave.	
Beginning in 2024, Colorado’s paid family and medical leave insurance (FAMLI) 	 	
program will provide paid time off when you face life circumstances that pull 	 	
you away from your job — like growing your family or caring for a loved one 	 	
with a serious health condition. 	
This poster is a summary and cannot be relied on as complete labor law i\
nformation. For more 	
information, or to estimate your premiums or benefits, please visit 	famli.colorado.gov	.

Other Colorado Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS

There are an additional twenty optional and mandatory Colorado labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.


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