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States May Offer Clues on Future of Non-Competes as Employers Await FTC Action

Non-compete agreements have been in the headlines in the weeks since President Joe Biden encouraged the Federal Trade Commission to ban or limit non-compete clauses and other agreements that “may unfairly limit worker mobility.”
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Survey Says Smaller Companies Less Prepared to Deal with New Risks

Chief legal officers at smaller companies are less confident about the ability to deal with emerging risks according to a recent survey.
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OSHA Emergency Standard in Effect for Health Care Employers, Everyone Else Gets Guidance

Tuesday was the deadline for health care employers to comply with most requirements in OSHA’s June COVID-19 emergency temporary standard.
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Colorado Supreme Court Rules on ‘Use It or Lose It’ Vacation Policies

The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that employment agreements may not force employees to forfeit unused vacation pay when leaving a job.

Colorado Senate Passes Bill to Expand Workers’ Comp Physician Choice

Colorado on May 4 passed a bill that would give injured workers more choice when selecting treating physicians in workers’ comp cases.

EEOC Holds Hearing on Pandemic’s Civil Rights Impact

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently held a hearing on the civil rights implications of the COVID-19 pandemic
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10th Circuit ADA Ruling Could Guide Future Remote-Work Requests

A case dealing with pre-pandemic work-from-home accommodations might have implications for future cases in our remote-work world
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Flexibility and Fairness Key to Employer Vaccination Policies, Attorneys Say

More than 1 million Coloradans have been fully vaccinated...

POWR Act Proposes Big Changes to Anti-Discrimination Laws

Colorado lawmakers are considering a bill that would make sweeping changes to anti-discrimination laws that supporters say address workplace challenges highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the #MeToo movement.
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New Bill Would Stop Employers from Dodging Direct Negligence Claims

Colorado lawmakers have introduced a bill that proponents say...