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Are you violating any of these employment laws? (1 of 2)

One of the biggest milestones for small business owners is hiring employees. While being able to add employees to your team is a great sign -- and a great way to take some of the pressure off of your own shoulders -- it can also expose you to law violations if you are not careful.

The risks of using personal email accounts for business

Law Week Colorado recently featured an interesting story about employees’ use of personal email to send business-related messages. Today, nearly everyone has a personal email account as well as a business email account, and problems can arise when the two are used interchangeably.

New laws every business owner in Colorado should know about

A number of law changes went into effect on January 1, 2015, a few of which are important for business owners with employees to know about. Two have to do with wage and hour law. A third involves employment discrimination.

Supreme Court weighs pregnancy discrimination claim

Pregnancy discrimination has been a pressing issue within employment law over the past few years. Essentially, pregnancy discrimination refers to a female applicant or employee who is treated adversely because of pregnancy, childbirth, or a medical condition caused by either pregnancy or childbirth.

Chipotle accused of wage theft in class action suits

Chipotle became the latest fast-food chain to be accused of forcing employees to work off the clock and without pay. Over the past two months, a class action lawsuit has been filed in Colorado and Minnesota on behalf of Chipotle workers.