Before you know it, 2023 will be here which means the HB2005 is unique from the other handful of states that required pay for state-protected leave because HB2005 known as the Family & Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) program requires employers pay low-income workers 100% of their wage funded through payroll taxes .OR joins CA, WA, and six other states in offering paid leave.
- If you have 25 or more employees, you will be impacted. Continue reading…
- By September 1, 2021: The Employment Department will outline rules governing the administration of the FAMLI Program.
- January 1, 2022: Payroll contributions begin (not to exceed one percent of employees wages).
- January 1, 2022: Employers must provide written notice to employees of their rights under the FAMLI Program.
- Call GourmetHR to update your handbook. Contact your payroll provider to ensure they have updated processing software that will support any paycheck record keeping requirements.