There are a couple of upcoming deadlines relating to employer obligations to post different notices of which we want you to be aware. The first is for a new law in Minnesota that we advised you of just about one month ago. The Minnesota Frontline Workers Payment Program requires employers in The Land of 10,000 Lakes to notify employees of their eligibility to apply no later than June 23, 2022. In doing so, employers must both, post the state-approved notice in all facilities where eligible employees work and (2) provide the same notice to employees in paper or electronic form. This Frontline Worker Program FAQ was updated yesterday. The application process is open and applications will be accepted through July 22, 2022. Similarly, the state of Colorado has expanded the notice that employers are required to provide upon the separation of an employee – whatever the reason. In the wake of the passing of Senate Bill 22-234, which became effective immediately upon its signing by the governor on May 25, employers must provide additional detailed information to an employee upon his/her termination. The notice must now include the employer’s name and address, the name and address of the employee as well as their employee ID number of the last 4 digits of their SS number and the first and last dates worked. Furthermore, the notice must include year-to-date earnings as well as the wages earned during the last week the employee worked and the reason for the employee’s termination. This information is in addition to that which was previously required: a statement that unemployment benefits are available, contact information to file a claim, any additional information needed to file a claim and contact information to inquire about the status of an unemployment claim. The notice can be in electronic or hard copy format, but must be provided to all employees at termination, regardless of the reason for the employment separation.