The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is now accepting public comments on changes to the state’s wage and hour laws and plans to publish proposed rule changes on Sept. 30.
According to a new survey by employment law firm Littler Mendelson, the percentage of employers that require or plan to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for workers has more than doubled since January.
Denver’s CLI collected resumes from diverse law school students around America, offering options to tell their story and showing a willingness to come to Colorado.
Leading cross-cultural communication expert Erin Meyer spoke at an event presented by the Association of Corporate Counsel Colorado chapter
This year’s general counsel roundtable from the Center for Legal Inclusiveness shared insights on the future of legal leadership post-COVID.
Non-compete agreements have been in the headlines in the weeks since President Joe Biden encouraged the Federal Trade Commission to ban or limit non-compete clauses and other agreements that “may unfairly limit worker mobility.”
Chief legal officers at smaller companies are less confident about the ability to deal with emerging risks according to a recent survey.
Tuesday was the deadline for health care employers to comply with most requirements in OSHA’s June COVID-19 emergency temporary standard.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that employment agreements may not force employees to forfeit unused vacation pay when leaving a job.