The state’s Equal Pay for Equal Work law influenced new laws in other states. But it wasn’t perfect, apparently. Plus: Wage-transparency violators fined, other labor bills and more.
It’s legal to ask job applicants their age, high school graduation date or birth date. Senate Bill 58 would put an end to answering those awkward questions.
Businesses added jobs, but more people left the job market in December. Plus: Colorado leads highest increase in gas prices, readers share annoying inflation interactions, and more!
The Colorado SecureSavings plan sets up a Roth IRA with automatic paycheck deductions. So far, 129 of an estimated 115,000 businesses that are likely required to enroll have done so.
The Denver metro area’s 8% annual inflation rate in 2022 was the highest in decades. Plus: Readers share their economic outlook, personal savings is in decline, and more!
Worst-ever outbreak leads to slaughter of 6 million-plus chickens and has killed enough eagles and other raptors to raise wildlife fears.
A survey of Colorado business leaders said they’re still pessimistic about the new year, with more than half believing that the U.S. will enter a recession within the next six month.
Accuracy in the new national broadband map is key in determining how much of the $42.5 billion in broadband infrastructure funds Colorado could receive.
Paid leave and a higher unemployment insurance expense, as well as higher minimum wages are among policies that take effect Jan. 1.
A waning economy? Not if you look at the number of companies that chose Colorado to expand or plop down their headquarters this year.