The Colorado Division of Labor and Employment (CDLE) had a busy last few weeks of December in 2022, revising a number of its Interpretive Notice and Formal Opinions (INFOs). OnContinue Reading New Clarity: Colorado Employer Rights When Employee Fails to Return Money or Property at Separation
With extensive experience in the food and brewing industries, Chris helps employers to solve the full range of employment issues and disputes. Chris practices in all areas of employment law, but has particular experience on trade secrets, noncompetes, wage and hour, and wrongful termination.
A reminder for all Colorado employers: you have one month until you begin collecting premiums under Colorado’s Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program (FAMLI). FAMLI is Colorado’s state-administered insurance program that…Continue Reading Colorado Employers Face January 1st Compliance Deadlines Under FAMLI
In light of the wave of substantial changes to Colorado’s employment laws, a recent less significant change may have escaped the attention of your human resources team. Recently passed Senate Bill 22-234 reshapes how unemployment benefits are administered and funded in Colorado. One of the new law’s provisions requires employers to provide employees with additional information for unemployment benefits upon separation, including identifying the reason for separation.
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As anticipated, Governor Polis signed into law last week Colorado’s new limitations on restrictive covenants, which includes noncompetition, nonsolicitation, and confidentiality covenants. Our Colorado employment team has already issued a legal alert that provides detail about the bill. FAQs: Colorado Further Limits Restrictive Covenants.
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