Today Kelli shares her insight on whether to classify one of your workers as an employee or an independent contractor. There are many factors to consider in this decision like… ⭐ What tools do they use?⭐ How much are you going to pay them?⭐ Where do they perform their work?⭐ How much control do they … Read more
Are you in a relationship with someone you work with? Do you work with your family members? 👇 You need to know which relationships are protected from discrimination and which relationships are NOT, if one of you is terminated by your employer. 🎧 Tune into today’s Coffee with Kelli to learn which relationships are protected … Read more
📣 New law alert! 📣 Last week Colorado Legislators and the governor signed into law a new law that will most likely cause employers to have more confidentiality agreements in place. 🎧 Tune into today’s Coffee with Kelli to learn the three exceptions to this new law and how it might affect you https://youtube.com/shorts/Wedw4S93M7Y?feature=share
If you’ve ever been terminated for discussing your salary with another employee, you are not alone. Colorado has laws that prohibit company policies to keep you from discussing your salary with other coworkers. 🎧 Tune in to today’s Coffee with Kelli to learn more about your rights! https://www.youtube.com/shorts/IsGpk3R83R8
In today’s Coffee with Kelli, we’re discussing one of the exceptions to overtime under Colorado Wage Law for highly compensated employees. To view the PAYCALC sheet that identifies all the wages for the exemptions, including the highly compensated employee exemption, visit https://bit.ly/371V36w.
Please note that this Coffee With Kelli contains explicit details of the law regarding sexual harassment, assault, and rape. Join us this week for a special episode of Coffee with Kelli, where Kelli is joined by her brother, Kraig, who is also an attorney, as the two discuss the intersection of workplace sexual harassment and … Read more
If you’re offered a severance agreement at the time of your termination, you have up to 21 days to consider it (if you’re over the age of 40). However, even if you’re NOT over the age of 40, you still have the right to review it with an attorney… Tune into today’s Coffee with Kelli … Read more
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: If you take on additional responsibilities and you don’t get the extra pay to go along with it, you might be out of luck. However, there is a situation where you might be entitled to compensation…. Tune in to today’s Coffee with Kelli to learn more … Read more