CDLE publishes searchable index of its citations and appeals
HR professionals and employment lawyers will have noticed that the CDLE has become increasingly active in Colorado employment law issues in recent years. Are you curious what the agency is actually doing as it enforces this crop of Colorado laws? The CDLE is helpfully publishing a searchable index of its citations and appeals.
Available keyword searches include the following:
|Advances||Business Closure||Division Authority||Final Wages||Pay Periods||Retaliation – PHEW||Tip Posting Requirement|
|Agreed Wage/Rate||Calculations of Wages/Hours||Division Notices/Filings||Fine||Pay Statements||Retaliation – Wages||Tip Sharing / Notice Requirement|
|Alleged Waiver||Commissions||Draws||Handbooks/Manuals||Penalties||Retaliation Only||Tips/Gratuities|
|Apparent Authority||Compensable Time||Employee/Contractor||Joint Employment||Physical Disability Sub-minimum Wage||Settlement||Vacation Pay / PTO|
|Bankruptcy||Compliance Order||Employee/Volunteer||Local Minimum Wage||Records of Time Worked||Sick Pay – 2020||Willful|
|Benefits||COMPS EAP Duties Test||Employer Coverage||Meal Break/Meal Periods||Reduction in Pay||Sick Pay – After 2020|
|Bonuses||COMPS Rest Periods||Deductions||Minimum Wage||Reprisal||Staffing/Temp Agencies|
|Bounced Check||COMPS Tipped MW 80/20 application||Employer Individual Liability||Notice of Rights & Posters||Retaliation – COMPS||Statutory Interpretation|
|Breaks/Rest Periods||Contract||Equal Pay – Transparency||Overtime||Retaliation – HFWA||Termination|
|Burden of Proof||Direct Investigation||Exemptions||Paid Time Off (PTO)||Retaliation – Other||Third-Party Payments|
An example of the kind of information that might be of interest to employers is this recent Notice of Fine For Non-Compliance With Division Orders And Order To Respond issued to one employer apparently based on the CDLE’s own review of the employer’s public job posting, in light of recent Colorado job-posting transparency requirements. There the CDLE discusses its view of specific posting requirements and the proper level of related fines.
The CDLE deserves credit for making this index available and searchable. Employers, individuals and their counsel will benefit from being able to search and find how the CDLE is applying the many laws it now has jurisdiction to enforce.