Denver inflation falls but is still higher than the nation. Plus: Housing prices dip, more Coloradans are working and wages are growing. But slower.
Fewer teenagers are part of Colorado’s labor force than past decades. Employers are focusing on retention and hiring longer-term workers.
Revised estimates, low survey response rates and meager budgets can be blamed — or credited? — for the changes. Plus: Unemployment backlog resolved, reader tax tips and more!
Many said they have similar or better programs in place for their workers. The deadline to opt out is March 31.
Updates to the Equal Pay for Equal Work law have begun. Plus: Homeownership, 487 people waiting 10+ weeks for unemployment benefits, labor department jobs and more!
Paid leave and a higher unemployment insurance expense, as well as higher minimum wages are among policies that take effect Jan. 1.
More than 8,000 Coloradans have waited seven or more weeks for their jobless benefits. Plus: Rising unemployment, jobs and more!
The state’s paid family leave program starts in January but not in the way you might expect. Plus: Readers share their job worries, Colorado jobs, and more!
Plus: Unemployment rate increases to 3.6% but troubled tech sector isn’t necessarily to blame, new businesses on the rise, more!
At The Preservery, a neighborhood eatery in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood, the cost of food and other expenses has gone up at least 20% since the pandemic. Rent is higher. There are also additional costs to boost job openings online, which has “for sure” added 60% to recruitment expenses, said co-owner Whitney Ariss. But faced with […]