Colorado

2019 Colorado Unemployment Notice - Peel 'N Post for English Mobile Poster Pak

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) has updated the mandatory Colorado Unemployment Insurance poster. The poster, which provides information on workers’ rights to be properly classified as an employee or an independent contractor, has been substantially redesigned and rewritten with new information on how to obtain information on improper classification and file a Read more

Colorado Minimum Wage Order Open for Public Comment

The Colorado Division of Labor Standards and Statistics recently announced that it is seeking input from the public on the Colorado Minimum Wage Order. These rules, which are revised annually to reflect the state minimum wage increase, regulate wage and hour requirements including hours of work, overtime pay, break periods, and acceptable deductions from wages. Read more

2019 Colorado Minimum Wage Peel 'N Post

Update to Colorado Minimum Wage Notice Effective January 1, 2019! 2019 Colorado Minimum Wage Peel ‘N Post™ Colorado All-On-One Labor Law Poster™ What’s new? Colorado Minimum Wage Order updated with 2019 wage rates! Available on the Colorado All-On-One™ Labor Law Poster or as a cost-effective Peel ‘N Post™ update sticker! What’s changed? The Colorado Minimum Wage Order Read more

2019 Colorado Minimum Wage Peel 'N Post

On January 1, 2019, 20 states, including Colorado, will raise the hourly pay rate for minimum wage workers. Employers are required to pay employees at least the new minimum wage rate and post a notice in the workplace to inform employees of their right to the minimum wage. At the tail end of 2018, Colorado Department of Read more

Denver Anti-Discrimination Poster

The Denver Anti-Discrimination Office (DADO) has revised the City and County of Denver Anti-Discrimination Poster with information about employer obligations to obey federal as well as municipal law, and additional details on DADO’s role in enforcing the law. This represents the first change to this poster since it was created a decade ago. Colorado employers Read more

Are 2018 Minimum Wage Poster Updates Required?

On January 1, 2018, the minimum wage increased in 18 states, an even greater number of municipalities, and on the federal level for employees of federal contractors. Employers were required to pay employees at the updated hourly wage rate and, in many cases, update their outdated workplace posters with a 2018 minimum wage poster. While Read more

Colorado Wage Theft

Good news for workers and the employers who pay them what they’ve earned! On April 13, 2017, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed the Wage Theft Transparency Act into law. The Wage Theft Transparency Act makes information relating to wage violations accessible to public records requests in order to protect workers from wage theft and law-abiding Read more

Amongst the other changes ushered in by the 2016 election, four states have voted to raise their minimum wage beginning in 2017. With the passage of Proposition 206, Arizona will incrementally raise the hourly rate to $12.00 by 2020, after which it will once again increase in concert with the Consumer Price Index measuring cost Read more

Beginning August 10, 2016, Colorado joins a growing list of states that protect employees and applicants for employment with conditions related to pregnancy, childbirth and related health conditions. Specifically, Colorado’s new pregnancy anti-discrimination law requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations to pregnant applicants, employees and new moms, if requested. Under the law, employers are prohibited from: Read more