As 2021 begins to wind down, employers need to be ready when changes to the Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act become effective on January 1, 2022. Whether you are an employer that is already experienced in addressing matters under the existing state or federal family and medical leave laws or are an employer who will be facing these matters for the first time, there is no doubt that all employers will have questions about the changes. These questions include: do the changes apply to my organization, how do these changes impact employees currently on an approved family or medical leave, and is this the same as the paid family and medical leave insurance program? Join us for an insightful discussion with the Director of the Legal Division, Connecticut Department of Labor, Heidi Lane.
WHEN: Thursday, October 28, 2021 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
- Changes effective January 1, 2022
- Updating employee handbooks
- Questions related to paid sick leave
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