Colorado News

Colorado Increases Minimum Wage and Requires Deductions Notice

2022-12-13T19:18:28-05:00December 13th, 2022|Colorado News, Employee Benefits Legislation, Human Resources, Labor News, Legislative News|

The following changes to Colorado employment law apply as of January 1, 2023. MINIMUM WAGE Statewide Colorado’s minimum wage will increase to $13.65 per hour. The minimum base wage for tipped employees will increase to $10.63 per hour. The [...]

Colorado Requires Contributions for Paid Family and Medical Leave on January 1

2023-03-20T19:08:01-04:00October 31st, 2022|Colorado News, Employee Benefits, Employee Benefits Compliance, Human Resources|

Colorado’s paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program (FAMLI) will launch next year. FAMLI benefits include partial wage replacement, job protection, and continuation of group health care coverage. FAMLI is funded by payroll contributions and is administered by the [...]

How Big a Part of the Colorado Economy is the Oil, Gas Industry?

2021-07-21T16:03:50-04:00July 21st, 2021|Colorado News, Fuel Industry News, Labor News|

A new report by a national industry group that says oil and gas development supports hundreds of thousands jobs in Colorado arrives amid robust discussions on the economic recovery and energy future of the state and nation. The report [...]

Colorado Labor Law Updates: Changes For Employers and Workers in 2021

2021-01-05T12:10:41-05:00January 4th, 2021|Benefits Administration, Colorado News, Employee Benefits Legislation, Labor News, Legislative News|

Colorado employers have had a lot on their plate in 2020, including shifting to remote work arrangements, ensuring a safe workplace, and juggling furloughs and layoffs. As 2021 kicks off, they will have to implement several new labor law [...]

Colorado Paid Family Leave Bill in Danger, as Sponsors Bail

2020-02-25T10:37:26-05:00February 25th, 2020|Colorado News, Employee Benefits Legislation, Legislative News|

One of the key pieces of legislation that Colorado Democrats promised this year at the state capitol is in danger of leaving the building. Paid family and medical leave lost two of its Democratic cosponsors, to the surprise of [...]

Colorado Employers to Comply with New Wage Payment Requirements

2020-01-30T14:59:04-05:00January 30th, 2020|Benefits Administration, Colorado News, Legislative News|

The new Overtime and Minimum Pay Standards Order Becomes Effective March 16 On Jan. 22, 2020, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) announced the adoption of the Colorado Overtime and Minimum Pay Standards Order #36 (COMPS 36). COMPS 36 [...]

You Can Use Colorado’s New Search Tool to See the Oil and Gas Flowlines Under Your Neighborhood

2020-01-22T15:45:12-05:00January 22nd, 2020|Colorado News, Fuel Industry News, General Industry News|

What's underground in Colorado is now being revealed through a searchable oil and gas map online. The location of oil and gas lines underground is being added to a geographic information systems (GIS) database maintained by the Colorado Oil and Gas [...]