When Duty Calls
The United States has a proud history of volunteers for military service. There are currently 786,778 men and women throughout the United States who voluntarily serve either in the National Guard for their respective state or a reserve branch of the military. Federal and state governments have enacted laws protecting such individuals whose civilian employment... Read more »
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Update on the Colorado Minimum Wage Order 36
A recent Employers Council Bulletin article states the Colorado Overtime Minimum Pay Standards (COMPS) Order #36 will be finalized on January 10, 2020. The newest information says the anticipated adoption date is January 24, 2020. In addition, the anticipated effective date of the rule is March 1, 2020, except July 1, 2020, for new exempt... Read more »
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Denver Minimum Wage for Employers Outside of Denver
The Denver minimum wage of $12.85 an hour went into effect on January 1, 2020. While the Denver minimum wage clearly affects employers within the city limits, it could also have implications for employers outside of Denver when an employee performs work inside the city. The new minimum wage ordinance sets limits on who is... Read more »
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