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May

24

2016
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How the New Overtime Rules Affect You

What do the new overtime rules from the U.S. Department of Labor mean for your organization? The simple answer is that your organization likely has exempt employees who no longer qualify for classification as an...

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Apr

19

2016
Writing a Proper Job Description

Writing a Proper Job Description

If there is one piece of advice employers most disregard from employment attorneys or human resource professionals, it would be the importance of adopting job descriptions. Job descriptions serve an important purpose and should be...

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Apr

01

2016
The Tree Did It

The Tree Did It

Assessing Your Department’s Liability for Slacklining As the sport of slacklining grows in popularity, many departments are wondering about their potential liability. Though some are pointing to the governmental immunity laws for protection from liability,...

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Nov

30

2015
New Licensing Rules for Legalized Marijuana Businesses

New Licensing Rules for Legalized Marijuana Businesses

The Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division (“MED”), the state agency responsible for regulating Colorado’s legalized Medical and Retail (recreational) Marijuana industries, promulgated new licensing rules that take effect on November 30, 2015. The rules contain several...

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Jun

15

2015
Employees Can Be Fired For Off-Duty Use of Marijuana

Employees Can Be Fired For Off-Duty Use of Marijuana

The long-awaited decision by the Colorado Supreme Court regarding whether an employee who is engaged in the use of medicinal marijuana, that is legal under Colorado Constitution Amendment 20, can avail himself of protection under...

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