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Recent Legislative Activity
The Connecticut Paid Leave Authority (CTPL) reminded Connecticut employers that the law requires all covered employers with one or more employees in Connecticut to collect and remit 0.5% in employee contributions through payroll deductions. Contributions payments are due quarterly and there is a 30-day grace period following the end of each quarter. Employers who have missed or made incomplete contribution payments have until April 30, 2023, to become current to avoid penalties or interest. Unpaid contributions will accrue penalties and interest beginning on May 1, 2023.
At a 12/6 press conference, Governor Scott announced a three-stage rollout of the Vermont Family and Medical Leave Insurance Plan, the state’s voluntary PFML insurance program. The Hartford will administer the program, which will reimburse up to 60% of an employee’s wages for six weeks for qualifying absences. Benefits will be available for the state’s 8000 employees starting July 1, 2023. Private and public employers with two or more employees may join beginning in 2024 and employers with fewer than two employees and individual workers may join in 2025.
Great news! The Standard’s Oregon Paid Family Medical Leave product is the first in the industry to be approved by the Oregon Department of Business and Consumer Services. With this approval, The Standard is ready to support our clients with their equivalent plan application.
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