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(Replay) Colorado's State-Run Paid Family and Medical Insurance Program (FAML)

On Demand
Until Dec 30
Facilitated by Southern Colorado SBDC
Topic: Managing Employees

Colorado’s state-run Paid Family and Medical Insurance Program (FAML) was established after the historic passage of Propositon 118 in November 2020.

While FAMLI is now law, the program’s benefits have not yet gone into effect. On January 1, 2024, covered workers will be eligible to receive FAMLI benefits when they have a qualifying need.

Join us for a webinar to learn about the following:

  • For what purposes can a covered worker take FAMLI leave?
  • How much leave can an individual take under FAMLI?
  • What percentage of wages will be paid while on FAMLI leave?
  • How much will Coloradoans pay in premiums?
  • Employer responsibilities…and so much more.
About Timea:

Timea Kennedy, MBA, SHRBP, CMHR, PRC - Human Resources Consultant, BBSI

Timea brings over 25 years of human resources experience from both the private and public sectors. Timea obtains great personal satisfaction in helping small, mid-size, and emerging companies focus on employees, and anything HR related. She is a hands-on HR practitioner with a strategic mindset. Her areas of expertise include employee and labor relations, recruitment, legal and regulatory compliance, and all aspects of HR operations and business transformation.

Prior to joining BBSI, Timea worked as Vice President of Human Resources and as Director of Human Resources for large healthcare systems in Southern Colorado, where she served as a business partner to CEOs and was part of the Executive Leadership Teams directing all people functions and HR operations. Prior to working in healthcare, Timea’s vast human resources experience included Fortune 500 companies, government contracting, military and manufacturing.

Fee: No Cost

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