In a tight labor market, employers are hurting themselves by limiting their recruiting to the 38% of the adult population with a college degree..
COVID-19 devastated businesses across Colorado, and not just financially. Many closed their doors and sent workers home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. It has been a traumatic time characterized by struggle, grief, and loss. I have seen the effects of the pandemic on Colorado’s businesses up close and heard countless stories of people […]
The year 2020 began with a global pandemic that crippled the economy, upended daily routines, and saw heightened political and cultural tensions. But all this has made clear that, second to the coronavirus, Colorado’s economic recovery is the top of mind for voters across the state. With the election behind us, we need political leaders […]
When it comes to improving health care, most Coloradans want the same thing: lower costs, improved access and a higher quality of care. However, some of the one-size-fits-all proposals out of Washington – and our own state Capitol here in Colorado — would not only fail to achieve these worthy goals, but would take us […]
In recent months, the general public has become intrinsically aware of the global impact of public health. Disease knows no borders. It’s crucial that we recognize that the same applies to business. We live in a global age, and business interests must reflect, and adjust, to this new fact of life. As early as January, […]