Our mission at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is to protect and promote the integrity and vitality of Colorado's employment environment. We have more than 1,300 employees advancing this mission through services to businesses and workers across Colorado. In good economies and bad, we are serving our customers to help our state‚ workforce thrive, compete and succeed while supporting our business community with resource and information to help them save valuable time and money. Read more in our Strategic Plans:
CDLE Performance Plan FY 22-23
CDLE Performance Plan FY 21-22
CDLE Performance Plan FY 20-21
CDLE Performance Evaluation FY 19-20,Q3
CDLE Performance Plan FY 19-20
CDLE FY19,Performance Evaluation
CDLE Performance Plan FY 18-19
At the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, we are committed to an open process. We allow anyone who is interested to comment on proposed rules, and we consider all stakeholder input. We also post all proposed rule changes publicly. Comments are accepted at the public hearing or in other ways, as described in the public announcement.
Every year we review many of our rules and regulations. Read more about the regulations reviewed and scheduled to be updated:
For questions concerning upcoming rules, please contact our Senior Legislative and Policy Analyst, Caitlin Adams: email@example.com.