ALL businesses are required to register with the Colorado SecureSavings Program and indicate one of the following:

Which businesses have to use the Colorado SecureSavings Program?

If your business meets all of the following criteria, you are required to use the Colorado SecureSavings program:

If you use Colorado SecureSavings, Payroll City can automatically handle all the necessary reporting for you. If you use an alternative plan provider, Payroll City may be able to help with that as well. Contact us right away to see how we can help you administer your retirement plan.

Learn more about Colorado SecureSavings here:
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Sick Time

The Colorado Healthy Families and Workplaces Act (HFWA) requires Colorado employers to provide two types of paid sick leave to their employees - public health emergency (PHE) leave and accrued leave. The following points apply to both PHE and accrued leave:

How much earned paid sick time must an employer offer an employee?

Who is eligible for this leave?

When can an employee begin using this time?

There is no waiting period to qualify for taking sick leave in Colorado. The employee is entitled to use their accrued time for one of the stated purposes of the law as it accrues.

Employees may use paid sick leave for themselves or their family member, for any of the following reasons:

Default accruals in our software accommodate the minimum requirements for Colorado sick accruals.

Click here to see if a public health emergency is in effect:

Learn more about these laws from these state resources:
Colorado Sick Leave and Healthy Families & Workplace Act
SHRM Colorado Sick Leave Compliance
Last Updated: 3/13/23