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Colorado Legislative Update: The Fate of Employment-Related Bills (So Far!)

USA - May 2 2017 Every year, the Colorado General Assembly considers a myriad of employment-related bills, but only a small number ever get signed into law. This...


Prayer Breaks Present Difficult Religious Accommodation Issue

USA - June 8 2016 Recent news stories describe the tension between Muslim workers seeking multiple prayer breaks at specified times during their workday and employers...


Religious Freedom Regarding ACA Contraceptive Mandate Still In Limbo

USA - May 17 2016 On May 16, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court offered only limited guidance on the challenges to the religious “accommodation” procedure under the...


Employee Reveals Medical Condition At Disciplinary Meeting - Now What?

USA - April 19 2016 You’re all set to fire an underperforming employee. You sit down for the disciplinary meeting and just as you start discussing her performance...


Employee May Recover Colorado Wage Claim Penalty And FLSA Liquidated Damages

USA - February 17 2016 An employee may not recover double damages for the same wage claim under both state and federal law. But, an employee may be awarded both the penalty...