The Privacy Law in Colorado prevents your employer from sharing information about you to other individuals, such as medical information, social security number, date of birth, or a driver’s license number. We break it down in the video below.
The Fair Labor Standards Act does apply to this situation if you are performing work for the benefit of the employer, not yourself. Kelli talks through the different factors in which an internship is required to compensate you.
This question includes the CROWN Act in Colorado and anti-discrimination laws. In short, the answer is that they can require you to not color your hair, but cannot prohibit hair that is commonly associated with race or religion, such as dreadlocks or a turban.
Recent amendments to the Family Medical Leave Act have expanded to cover employees who have only been with an employer for 30 days – this is a huge change. Other changes were made too – watch the videos below!
This legislation went into effect in 2020 and is still in its start-up phase. However, with this in the works in Colorado, you’ll want to mention this to your employer now to set you and your coworkers up for a great retirement.