Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
After 10 months of debate and public input, the revised pay standards are adopted; increase to minimum salary threshold is delayed to 2021.
Paid family leave is a priority for Colorado Democrats. But 5 questions will make or break the effort.By Jennifer Brown Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
2020 forecast: Colorado is getting older and narrowing the housing gap, but really needs middle-wage jobsBy Tamara Chuang Business Primary category in which blog post is published
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
Wage theft is currently an unclassified misdemeanor, no matter how much is owed, but a new focus on fighting labor trafficking could change that in Colorado
Businesses and women-pay advocates compromise on Equal Pay for Equal Work Act to equalize pay for Colorado women, who earn 86 cents for every $1 a man makes.
Senate Bill 188 passed its first committee hearing Wednesday on a 3-2, party-line vote