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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Sexual Harassment Facts & Figures Sexual harassment is very common, especially in the workplace. In fact, the National Conference of State Legislatures reported that more than 7,500 sexual harassment claims were filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in 2018, which was a 14% increase from 2017. Luckily, US employment laws prohibit sexual harassment in the workplace and victims can...

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Colorado Chance to Compete Law

CO Helps Employees by Banning the Box This time last year, Colorado banned the box for employers with 11 or more employees. This time next year, all employers are required to ban the box. What does this mean? The Colorado Chance to Compete Act intends to help people with a criminal record enjoy opportunities in employment. Prior to this...

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5 Steps to Follow If You Suffered an Injury at Work

Workers’ Compensation Rights in Colorado What may seem like another average day at work could turn catastrophic following a work-related injury. Suffering an injury on the job is not only painful and inconvenient, but it can lead to a host of other consequences such as lost income. As a result, you are entitled to benefits under the Workers’ Compensation...

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LGBTQ Pride Month & Workplace Impacts

History Is Still in the Making June is LGBTQ pride month. In 2016, 1 in 4 LGBT people reported experiencing discrimination, according to the Center for American Progress. That’s an alarming statistic considering pride month has existed for numerous years. The Library of Congress recognizes this month as one that “ … commemorates the events of June 1969 and works to achieve equal...

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