Colorado Employment Laws
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When it comes to matters of employment, people are understandbly invested. That's because everyone wants to be treated fairly when it comes to working hours, hiring and firing decisions, rate of pay, overtime, and time off from work. Whether you're an employee or an employer, it's always a good idea to educate yourself about your rights and responsibilities under Colorado's employment laws. That way, you'll be able to better protect your rights in the workplace. FindLaw's Colorado Employment Laws section is a great place to start. This section offers a number of articles that break down the Rocky Mountain State's employment laws for you. Click on a link below to learn more.
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