New Discrimination in Employment Notice for Colorado

The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies has issued an extensive change to the Discrimination notice, which is now focused solely on discrimination in employment. The previous information on discrimination in public accommodations and housing has been removed. Employers should note that the provisions of the Discrimination in Employment law apply to all employers in the Centennial State. Discrimination in Employment—What’s New? Discriminatory or Unfair Employment Practices The notice clarifies that

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Colorado Issues New Unemployment Insurance Notice

Colorado’s Department of Labor and Employment has issued a new unemployment insurance notice (Notice to Workers). The notice has undergone several changes, which we’ve outlined below. What’s New in Colorado? Proper Classification of Workers Based on an update to Colorado’s Employment Security Act, workers now have the right to be properly classified as employees or independent contractors. Improper classification (also called misclassification) of employees as independent contractors can cause problems

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Minimum Wage on the Rise in Colorado in 2019

On January 1, 2019, the minimum wage is going up in Colorado. The state’s Department of Labor and Employment just released Minimum Wage Order 35. As in previous years, because the order was released so close to January 1, we are working hard to get the updated Colorado poster out to customers as soon as possible. Details of the Minimum Wage Order 2019 Minimum Wage Rates Effective January 1, 2019,

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Colorado Releases 2018 Minimum Wage Poster

As we reported a few weeks ago, employees in Colorado will receive a minimum wage increase effective January 1, 2018. We are pleased to report that Colorado’s Department of Labor and Employment just released the new minimum wage notice: Colorado Minimum Wage Order 34. We are currently working to get our updated Colorado poster out to clients as soon as possible. Details of the Minimum Wage Update On January 1,

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On the Lookout for Colorado’s 2018 Minimum Wage Poster

Things are looking up for employees in the “mile-high” state, who will soon see a minimum wage increase effective January 1, 2018. Colorado’s minimum wage law calls for increases of $1.00 every January 1, until the wage rate reaches $12.00 in 2020. Thereafter, annual adjustments will be based on the cost of living. Details of the Minimum Wage Update On January 1, 2018, Colorado’s minimum wage will increase to $10.20

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On the Lookout for Colorado’s Minimum Wage Poster

Based on an amendment to Colorado’s minimum wage law, which passed in the November 2016 election, the state’s minimum wage is going up. As of January 1, 2017, there will be annual increases until the minimum wage reaches $12.00 in 2020. After 2020, adjustments will be made for the cost of living. Changes to the 2017 Minimum Wage On January 1, 2017, Colorado’s minimum wage will increase to $9.30 per

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Colorado Releases Proposed 2016 Wage Increase Rates

Each year, Colorado releases the amounts of the proposed minimum wage increase for 2016 before there is a decision on formally adopting the new wage. This year, the minimum wage will move from $8.23 to $8.31, and the tipped minimum wage will move from $5.21 to $5.29. What Happens Next? There are several steps that need to happen before Colorado increases its minimum wage. The state has a public hearing

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Colorado Proposes New Minimum Wage for 2014

The Colorado Department of Labor and Industry has proposed a minimum wage increase from $7.78 to $8.00 per hour (and $4.98 per hour for employees who regularly receive tips), effective Jan.1, 2014. The state will issue a new minimum wage labor law poster pending a public comment period. The annual Jan. 1 CO minimum wage adjustment is caused by any increase in the Consumer Price Index. We will publish an updated 2014

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Colorado Proposes New Minimum Wage for 2013

The Colorado Department of Labor and Industry has proposed a minimum wage increase from $7.64 to $7.78 (and $4.76 per hour for employees who regularly receive tips), effective Jan.1, 2013. The state will issue a new minimum wage labor law poster pending a public comment period. The annual Jan. 1 CO minimum wage adjustment is caused by any increase in the Consumer Price Index. We will publish an updated Colorado labor law

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Colorado Updates Unemployment Poster; New Poster Required

The latest required change to the Colorado labor law poster is on the CO Unemployment Insurance poster. Unemployment claims can now be filed online, and both phone numbers for the Unemployment Insurance Program have changed. We are currently updating our Colorado labor law poster.  For more information about the CO labor law poster or to learn more about our OneSystem 1-Year Compliance Plan with automatic updates, go to the Poster

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