As The Denver Post reports:
Most state employees who make more than $50,000 annually will be taking up to four furlough days before the end of the fiscal year, the governor’s office announced Tuesday.
The number of furlough days will be dependent on an employee’s salary. Some employees will be exempt, but those taking the days include the governor and lieutenant governor. Employees who are exempt include those working necessary services during the pandemic as well as those in public safety.
The State of Colorado’s fiscal year resets on July 1.
Furlough days are calculated based on an employee’s annual salary. Here’s how that works, according to a press release from the governor’s office: