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Colorado Bill Will Give Employees Right to Review Their Personnel Files

USA - June 2 2016 Most employees in Colorado currently have no legal right to review or copy their personnel files. But that is about to change. A bill awaiting...


Unpaid internships permitted under new test

USA - July 20 2015 A federal circuit court has adopted a new test permitting employers to use unpaid interns where the "tangible and intangible benefits provided to the...


Presidential veto quashes Congressional attempt to overturn NLRB “quickie” election rules

USA - April 3 2015 On March 31, 2015, President Obama vetoed a joint resolution passed by both houses of Congress that sought to overturn the National Labor Relations...

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Supreme Court says no pay for security screening time

USA - December 12 2014 Should employers pay employees for time spent in mandatory, post-shift security screenings designed to deter theft? Not according to a recent Supreme...


Independent contractor status -- Colorado Supreme Court sets forth applicable test

USA - May 13 2014 Yesterday we posted an article describing the unsettled test for independent contractor status under Colorado's unemployment insurance benefits laws...