Tag:Colorado Department of Labor and Employment

The Ever-Evolving INFO #9’s 2022 Updates

Sherman & Howard Associate Carissa Davis and Member Heather Vickles explain the recent changes to job posting guidelines by the CDLE.

As Noncompete Bill Heads to Governor’s Desk, Employers Should Review Notice Requirements, Pay Thresholds

The governor is expected to sign a bill limiting the use of noncompete agreements for workers earning less than six figures.

Colorado Lawmakers Move to Make Workplace Whistleblower Protections Permanent

State lawmakers say they plan to introduce a bill that would extend workplace whistleblower protections beyond the pandemic.

Colorado Adopts Farmworker Overtime Rules

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment adopted the state's first overtime rules for agricultural workers earlier this week.

Farmworker Advocates Say Proposed Overtime Rules Don’t Go Far Enough

Proposed rules for Colorado’s farmworker bill of rights don't fix historical inequities say labor, immigrant and Latino community advocates.

Midyear Updates for Colorado’s Workplaces

As summer 2021 comes to a close, there have been a number of compliance-related updates — even beyond COVID-19-related changes — to Colorado’s employment laws that employers across industries should be aware of.

State Supreme Court Considers “Use-It-Or-Lose-It” Vacation Policies

The Colorado Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Monday in a case that could bring much-needed clarity on whether “use-it-or-lose-it” vacation policies are allowed...

An Option for Employers Looking to Maintain their Workforce

On May 3, the Department of Labor issued new guidance regarding short-time compensation programs, commonly known as “work-sharing” programs in many states under the...