- All businesses with at least one employee in Colorado are required to post particular notifications reminding employees of their employment rights.
- Post these federal and state labor law posters in prominent locations where all employees can see them, such as break or lunch rooms. Labor laws change frequently, and it is the employer’s responsibility to keep posters up to date.
- The purpose of displaying these posters at your workplace is to educate your employees about their legal rights and responsibilities and also how to respond if their labor rights are violated.
- There are only a few locations where you can obtain free copies of labor law posters. Two of them are federal and state authorities. The bulk of state government websites, on the other hand, are inaccessible, incomprehensible, and feature out-of-date links to PDF files that can be downloaded. You can quickly download all required, business, and suggested posters from this page. All of the digital labor law posters featured below help employers meet their legal obligations.
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Colorado posters are available in both English and Spanish Languages.
Mobile workers in Alaska will always have access to the most up-to-date and relevant information, thanks to this Colorado Digital Labor Law Poster.
Colorado Law Requires Posters:
- CO Workers’ Compensation
- CO Workers’ Compensation Warning Eng/Span
- CO Minimum Wage Law
- CO Discrimination in Employment
- CO Unemployment Insurance Eng/Span
- CO Pregnancy Accommodation
- CO Paid Leave, Whistleblower, and PPE Protections