As we get closer to the end of 2022, it’s important to look beyond the holiday season and prepare for what is coming January 1, 2023. Alongside New Year’s Resolutions, employers should prepare for state leave law changes. We’ve summarized a few of the notable items below: California In September 2022, California enacted CA A … Continued
Colorado passed paid family and medical leave in the November 2020 election. Here’s what employers should know.
On Tuesday, May 29, the Governor of Colorado signed into law the Living Organ Donor Support Act (“CO LOSA”). CO LOSA does not mandate a leave of absence for employees, but incentivizes employers to provide a paid leave of absence by offering a tax credit. The law applies to tax years beginning 1/1/2020 through 12/31/2024. … Continued
By David Roberts, Chief Executive Officer As I write this, we’re far from being able to quantify the full impact that the recent, devastating floods have had on Colorado. At last count, flooding in 15 counties had caused multiple deaths, destroyed over 1500 homes, damaged over 17,000, and caused the evacuations of 11,700 people. All … Continued
Great state news! Our MDGuidelines reference toolset for improving return-to-work outcomes is now even more powerful with the addition of workers’ compensation treatment guidelines for Colorado and Washington states. While the nationally-recognized ACOEM disability treatment guidelines are already available on MDGuidelines (www.mdguidelines.com), states often develop their own specific guidelines to address the most costly and/or … Continued