Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, Part 2
The Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, effective January 1, 2021, details employer requirements to include compensation in job postings, notify employees of promotional opportunities, and keep job description and wage rate records.
To learn more, visit the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, Part 2 website.
Employment Opportunity Act (Credit History Law)
The Colorado Employment Opportunity Act prevents employers from requesting or using credit information (such as credit reports) in employment decisions for certain employees and job applicants in Colorado.
To learn more, visit the Employment Opportunity Act website.
Social Media and the Workplace Law
Employers are prevented from accessing employees’ and job applicants’ personal social media accounts.
To learn more, visit the Social Media and the Workplace Law website.
Keep Jobs In Colorado Act (80% Colorado Labor)
Colorado labor must be employed to perform at least 80% of the work on a public works project.
To learn more, visit the Keep Jobs in Colorado Act website.
Public and private employers who have one or more employees must provide reasonable unpaid break time or permit an employee to use paid break time, meal time, or both, each day to allow the employee to express breast milk for her nursing child for up to two years after the child’s birth.
To learn more, visit the Workplace Accommodations for Nursing Mothers website.
Colorado Chance to Compete Act
The Colorado Chance to Compete Act is intended to provide people with criminal records with a more meaningful chance to compete for a job in the workforce and grow Colorado’s economy while protecting employers’ ability to make whatever hiring decision the employer deems appropriate.
To learn more, visit the Colorado Chance to Compete Act website.
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