On November 10, 2021, the Colorado Department of Labor’s Division of Labor Standards and Statistics adopted the Colorado overtime and Minimum Pay Standards Order (comps Order) #38
. The new order has numerous provisions which include, but are not limited to:
- Expanding the protections of “vacation pay” under state law
- Altering how employers calculate paid sick time under the Healthy Families and Workplaces Act (HFWA)
- Creating an exemption from state overtime requirements for certain highly compensated employees
Additional employment law updates include penalizing employers that violate the prohibition on non-competes in Colorado and increasing the minimum wage in the City and County of Denver.
On the federal side, we will discuss the status of federal OSHA vaccine mandates, and best practices for employers wishing to implement other vaccine, testing, or facial covering mandates at your workplace.
, Attorney, Associate, Stinson, LLP. With a focus on employment law, business litigation, and general commercial litigation, Hailey brings effective legal solutions to her clients’ most complex legal needs. She enjoys working with individuals as well as in-house counsel and provides a personable approach. Hailey believes in a team approach when tackling legal issues and feels it is important to keep an open communication with clients in order to provide regular updates. Hailey has experience representing businesses and individuals in claims before administrative agencies and state and federal courts. She has the knowledge and experience to defend clients facing claims involving claims of discrimination and retaliation, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, various state human rights acts FLSA, ADA, FMLA, FERPA, Title IX, First Amendment, and 42 U.S.C. § 1981.
is a partner at Stinson LLP. She focuses her practice on employment law advising, compliance, and litigation. As a member of Stinson’s COVID-19 Task Force, Alisa has been helping employers manager a variety of pandemic employment issues including employee absences, return to work issues, paid and unpaid leave, and navigating new legal requirements imposed by new laws and state and local orders.
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