Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
$2 trillion federal stimulus package, which provides unemployment benefits to gig workers for the first time, has Colorado employers wondering whether to keep going or lay off workers because of COVID-19.
2020 forecast: Colorado is getting older and narrowing the housing gap, but really needs middle-wage jobs
A look at Colorado's past and future for predictions about the state's aging population, how the current construction boom compares to the ’70s and more
More Colorado workers will get breaks, must make $42,500 salary to be exempt from overtime under draft policy
The proposal represents a major win for Colorado labor groups, who have long been pushing for the changes -- although they didn’t get everything they wanted.
This marks the end of the longest teacher strike in Colorado in decades and the first in recent years to end without any meaningful concessions from the district
Colorado’s minimum wage rules don’t apply to farm, construction and other jobs. But that might be changing.
A decades-old rule governing minimum wage means a wide swath of low-income employees don’t qualify for overtime pay, lunch breaks
Stephany Rose Spaulding is getting national attention -- thanks to Republicans -- but her campaign is running on volunteers and little money
About 75% of the freshman class is at work this summer, and still, shops and restaurants close early or open late due to affordable-housing sparked worker shortage