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How Many Employees Work in Your Connecticut Office?

Do you really know how many employees you have? This is the key question Connecticut employers must ask themselves to determine whether the Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act (“CTFMLA”) applies to them, according to Velez v. Commissioner of Labor et al. If the answer is 75 or more – within Connecticut – then the CTFMLA applies.

New Connecticut Supreme Court Decision Clarifies Application of the Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act

On September 25, 2012, the Connecticut Supreme Court held in Velez v. Comm’r of Labor, 306 Conn. 475 (Conn. 2012) that the Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act (CFMLA) applies only to employers with 75 or more employees located within the state of Connecticut, irrespective of the total number of employees it employs elsewhere.
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