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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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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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Catching Up: Are You On Top Of The 24 Year-End Labor Law Updates?

Now that 2014 has come to an end and 2015 marches onward, it is time to take a breath and reflect on the unprecedented 24 state and federal labor law poster updates that took effect at the beginning of this year. As there have never been so many end-of-year changes, keeping track of them all is a serious chore. First, let’s take a look at a simplified list of all

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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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Seven States Update Minimum Wage Posters; New Labor Law Posters Required

Seven states have updated their Minimum Wage posters with increases that go into effect Jan. 1, including Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Ohio, Oregon, Vermont and Washington.  The following changes require a new state labor law poster (except Washington): Arizona:  Increase from $7.35 to $7.65 Colorado:  Increase from $7.36 to $7.64 Florida:  Increase from $7.31 to $7.67 Ohio:  Increase from $7.40 to $7.70 Oregon:  Increase from $8.50 to $8.80 Vermont:  Increase from $8.15

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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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Colorado Discrimination Poster Updated

The latest required change to the Colorado labor law poster is on the CO Anti-Discrimination poster. The mandatory discrimination poster issued by the Colorado Division of Civil Rights has been updated with an expanded definition of discrimination based on sexual orientation, which now includes transgender status. All types of discrimination covered by Colorado anti-discrimination laws are illegal in employment, housing and public accommodations. We are updating our Colorado labor law

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