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Colorado’s Prop 118 and Its Impact on Employers

Colorado voters passed Proposition 118, which will require employers to provide 12 weeks of paid time off to workers for childbirth or other family emergencies.

Colorado’s New Family and Medical Leave Law: What You Need to Know

Centennial State workers will be able to access up to 12 weeks (as much as 16 weeks in certain cases) of job-protected, paid family and medical leave starting in 2024.

Colorado Extends FFCRA Requirements to All Employers

The state also added a paid sick leave requirement for the beginning of 2021.

COVID-19 Federal, State, and Local Emergency Leave Laws

In addition to the federal government's paid emergency leave laws, California, Colorado, New Jersey, New York, and Philadelphia have enacted their own COVID-19 emergency paid leave requirements. Get all the details in this article.

COVID-19: Colorado Employers and Limited Paid Sick Leave

Some businesses in Colorado will need to provide workers with up to 4 days of paid sick leave if they have flu-like symptoms and are being tested for the coronavirus, or are under instructions from a healthcare provider to quarantine.

Applications Open for SBA Coronavirus Relief Loans in Colorado

The SBA declared Colorado small businesses eligible to apply for coronavirus relief loans.