FMLA Experience Report Filing Repealed
Regulatory relief for Connecticut employers
Tucked within a new state law, Public Act 13-140–An Act Concerning Technical and Other Changes to the labor Department Statutes– is a repeal of the annual FMLA experience report employers were required to file with the Connecticut Labor Department by April 1 each year.
Originally enacted as part of the state’s Family and Medical Leave Law, employers with 75 or more employees in Connecticut, as counted annually on Oct. 1, were to report on the frequency and length of FMLA leaves taken that exceeded five days and up to the maximum time of 16 weeks, noting whether they were for family member illness, birth/adoption, or employee illness. The repeal of this previously required report was effective as of June 18, 2013 when signed into law by the governor. One less task on your to-do list!
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