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October 12, 2022 District of Columbia Paid Family Leave
The District of Columbia Paid Family Leave poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the number of weeks of paid leave available to eligible employees. The maximum duration of qualifying paid medical, parental and family leave for eligible employees increased to 12 weeks. Order Updated Poster >
October 28, 2022 Colorado Paid Family and Medical Leave
The Colorado Paid Family and Medical Leave poster has been released by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. A new law establishes a statewide program for paid family and medical leave. The program allows eligible employees to take 12 weeks of paid leave for qualified reasons, which will be funded through a payroll tax on employers and employees. The first premiums will be paid beginning on January 1, 2023, and benefits will begin to be available on January 1, 2024. Order Updated Poster >
November 18, 2022 Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave
The Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave poster has been updated with an adjusted contribution rate and benefit amount under the state Paid Family and Medical Leave Act. Employers may deduct payroll contributions of up to 0.318% from a covered individual’s wages or other earnings, and the maximum weekly amount of benefits available to eligible individuals will increase to $1,129.82 per week. These adjustments are effective January 1, 2023. Order Updated Poster >

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