Attention Connecticut Employers: The Connecticut Family Leave Act Notice Requirements Go into Effect July 1st
Posted on Jun 23, 2022 on Labor Management Issues, Legal Updates, Legislative Updates, News by
As of July 1, 2022, Connecticut employers must provide notice of the following to their employees regarding the Connecticut Family Leave Act (the “Act”).
- Employees are entitled to job-protected family and medical leave.
- Employees can file a claim for compensation under the Act.
- Retaliation by an employer against an employee who requests, applies for and/or uses leave under the Act is prohibited.
- Employees have a right to file a complaint with the Labor Commissioner for any violations.
The above notice must be given to each employee at the time of hiring, then annually thereafter.
Sample Notice Available
Connecticut’s Paid Leave Authority in conjunction with the Connecticut Department of Labor (CT-DOL) has drafted a sample notice (the “Sample Notice”) for Connecticut employers to use to meet this notice requirement. Brody and Associates has made available a copy of the Sample Notice on our website for your use (click here to download your free copy).
Employers can use the state’s Sample Notice or create their own version. If you have any questions regarding this notice requirement, want help drafting your own, or have general questions on how the Act impacts your business, feel free to give us a call.
Brody and Associates regularly advises businesses on handbooks and complying with the latest local, state and federal employment laws. If we can be of assistance in this area, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203.454.0560.