The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s (CDLE) Office of the Future of Work (OFOW) has been awarded $897,119.02 to create Colorado’s Digital Equity Plan.
Convenient one-stop shop for employers preparing for Colorado’s new paid family leave requirements is up and running (DENVER) – Colorado employers, and the third-party administrators who serve them, have a new, easy way to manage the proven benefits of paid family medical leave as the state Family and Medical Leave Insurance employer services portal goes live.
Voter-approved program to help more employees access paid family leave takes effect in 2023, when employers and workers start contributing to the new insurance fund.
Second quarter 2022 Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) results indicate Colorado total nonfarm payroll jobs estimates will be revised up for this period with the release of benchmarked estimates in March 2023.
DENVER – The Division of Employment and Training at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) is seeking applications from entities interested in growing and enhancing Colorado’s Work-Based Learning Incentive (WBLI) program by becoming Work-Based Learning Intermediaries.
17,700 Nonfarm Payroll Jobs Added in October
(DENVER) – On Wednesday, November 16, 2022, 22 individuals and organizations dedicated to advancing apprenticeships were honored at the fifth annual Colorado Apprenticeship Awards, at the History Colorado Center hosted by leaders from workforce and apprenticeship communities.
The funding will help equip Coloradans to make informed career decisions and access high-quality training and employment.
Press Release: CDLE Expands Pilot Program Providing Customized, No-Cost Career Services to Workers with Disabilities
Disability Employment to Population Ratio Remains more than 30 Percentage Points Below People Without Disabilities
Press Release: CDLE Celebrates Apprenticeship Month by Recognizing Apprentices, Employers, and Mentors throughout November
(DENVER) – During the entire month of November, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE), Office of the Future of Work (OFOW), and its partners across the state celebrate Colorado Apprenticeship Month, which raises awareness of the benefits of registered apprenticeship programs to both employers and workers throughout the state.