ARTICLES ABOUT employment law

January 1, 2015

Covering Your Next Generation: Unpaid Interns and Workers’ Compensation

Providing internship opportunities is a great way to find capable and skilled young workers who can add value to your organization. It is also an opportunity for you to help tomorrow’s industry professionals gain experience, develop skills, forge connections, strengthen their resumes, and assess their interests and professional abilities.

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May 4, 2010

Managing Intermittent FMLA Leave

Given the changes to the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave rules, the management of intermittent leave is somewhat more restricted than it was previously.

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January 5, 2007

Show No Disparity When Dealing With An Aging Workforce

When employers think diversity, most think in terms of sociological factors such as race or religion. But there’s another type of diversity that’s just as relevant in today’s workforce: age diversity. As Baby Boomers continue to work well past normal retirement age, the phenomenon of having older employees will become even more widespread.

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January 2, 2006

Drugs in the Workplace

Substance abuse can create a wide array of common workplace problems such as tardiness, absenteeism, theft, impaired judgment, lost productivity, turnover, difficulty interacting with co-workers, injury to self or others, and performance issues.

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January 2, 2006

Do You Employ Undocumented Workers?

The Workers’ Compensation Act of Colorado does not exclude Workers’ Compensation coverage for undocumented workers. In fact, Colorado statute [8-40-202 (1) (b)] specifically says:

…an “employee” is any person under any contract of hire, express or implied, including aliens and minors, whether lawfully or unlawfully employed, is deemed an employee and entitled to the maximum benefits provided by Workers’ Compensation…

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