Common signs of “distress” are present in the workplace, requiring a nuanced and sophisticated response from employers for both the wellbeing of employees and the company. By Larry Lee The negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the collective mental health of the U.S. workforce are likely to linger for months and perhaps years to… Read more »
No company wants an on-site investigation or a citation from the federal government. Before either occurs, the employer will have an opportunity to respond to a complaint. Take preventative action now and know how to respond to a notice. By Larry Lee The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is on high alert and aggressively… Read more »
Colorado joins the growing number of states and jurisdictions fighting wage gap with bans on salary history questions. By Larry Lee, as featured in Law Week Colorado.
Employers should start preparing now for the upcoming changes in the wage rule.
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By Larry Lee Colorado lawmakers have had a busy legislative session. Six new employment laws were enacted in the state addressing equal gender pay, criminal history inquiries, felony convictions for wage violations, local government rule for minimum wage, garnishments and a study of a family and medical leave insurance program. Here’s the highlights and effective… Read more »