All businesses with employees in Colorado are required by state & federal employment laws to post Labor Law Posters in a visible location. Employment laws change often, which require labor law posters to be updates. Below includes past & most recent mandatory labor law updates which require employers to post the latest version of these posters.
Mandatory change(s) for the state of Colorado
Discrimination in Employment-Revised the time to file complaints from within 6 months to within 300 days but also states that for incidents occuring on or before August 9, 2022, a 6 month filing deadline still applies. Also has a new revision date of 8/2022.
Notice to Employer of Injury Poster-Revised with more clarification on workers' compensation rights, employer requirements, policy requirements, and how to report injuries and file claims. This new version of the poster replaces the older WC49 and WC50 poster requirements and essentially put them together on one poster which is now this new WC50 poster. These changes are effective August 10, 2022.
Colorado Minimum Wage-Revised with new COMPS order number, new effective date, new 2022 minimum wage rate of $12.56 per hour effective January 1, 2022 and updated several of the rules under the COMPS order.
Workplace Public Health Rights Poster-Revised to change coverage from employers with at least 16 employees to all Colorado employers and a new effective date.
Discrimination in Employment-Updated Discrimination in Employment poster to include wording for “Gender Identity” and “Gender Expression”. Also updated Revision Date.
Colorado Minimum Wage-Revised with new $12.32 per hour minimum wage effective January 1, 2021.
Workplace Public Health Rights Poster-New posting requirement for the state of Colorado.
Discrimination in Employment-Revised with new information pertaining to the CROWN Act of 2020 as well as other clerical changes.
Colorado Minimum Wage-Completely new minimum wage poster with new COMPS information.
Colorado Minimum Wage-Updated with new 2020 minimum wage rate of $12.00 per hour.
Unemployment Insurance-Completely re-worded notice with new information about who qualifies for unemployment as well as revised contact information.
Colorado Minimum Wage-Revised with new 2019 minimum wage of $11.10 per hour and the new tipped employee minimum wage of $8.08 per hour.
Colorado Minimum Wage-Updated to reflect new 2018 minimum wage rate of $10.20 effective January 1, 2018.
Colorado Minimum Wage-Updated to reflect new 2017 minimum wage rate of $9.30, effective January 1, 2017.
Colorado Minimum Wage-Updated to reflect new 2016 minimum wage rate of $8.31 per hour, effective January 1, 2016.
Colorado Minimum Wage-Updated to reflect new 2015 minimum wage rate of $8.23 per hour, effective January 1, 2015
Colorado Minimum Wage-Updated to reflect new 2014 minimum wage rate of $8.00, effective January 1, 2014
Colorado Minimum Wage-Update to reflect new 2013 state min. wage of $7.78 per hour
Colorado Minimum Wage-2012 minimum wage rate updated to $7.64
Discrimination in Employment-Transgender status added
Colorado Minimum Wage Law (Colorado Revised Statutes, Title 8, Article1,4,6,12) Employees must be paid a minimum wage under Colorado law. The full-color Complete Colorado Labor Law Posters display the applicable minimum wage so that your employees can be informed. Remember, displaying this information in a conspicuous location is required by law.
Wage Payment Notice (Colorado Revised Statutes, §8-4-107) You're legally obligated under Colorado law to inform employees which day of the week they'll be paid (e.g. "PayDay"), and where and when they can receive payment. The Complete Colorado Labor Law Posters display this information clearly so that all employees can access this information in the workplace.
Civil Rights Law (Colorado Revised Statutes, §24-34-20.1) The Complete Colorado Labor Law Posters fulfil your legal obligation to display in the workplace a civil rights notice provided by the Commission.
Unemployment Insurance Law (Colorado Revised Statutes, §8-74-01) You're required by law to provide employees with key information regarding unemployment insurance benefits, claims and responsibilities. The Complete Colorado Labor Law Posters allow you to fulfill this legal obligation in an appropriate and convenient manner.
Workers' Compensation Law (Colorado Revised Statutes, §8-40) The Complete Colorado Labor Law Posters allow you to display, in a conspicuous location, key Workers' Compensation details that affect your employees. Remember, it's the law for you to provide this information.
Federal Minimum Wage Act (29 CFR 516.4) Federal law requires that you post information with respect to the federal minimum wage increases from $6.55 an hour to $7.25 an hour, effective July 24, 2009. This information must be displayed in a conspicuous location.
Uniform Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (38 USCA 433(a)) You are mandated by federal law to provide information regarding the rights, benefits and obligation of employees who are governed by the Uniform Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act. Post this information in a conspicuous location.
Employee Polygraph Protection Act (29 CFR 801.6) Per federal law, employees have specific rights and protections accorded to them under the Employee Polygraph Protection Act. You must inform employees of their rights under the act. Ensure that you post this information in a conspicuous location. Be aware that under 29 CFR 801.42(7) a civil penalty of up to $10,000 may be assessed against you for violating any provision of the Act.
Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law (29 CFR 1601.30) Your employees must be informed of their rights under federal equal employment laws. Ensure that you post this information in a prominent and accessible location.
Family and Medical Leave Act (29 USC 2619(a)(b)) You must post information informing employees of their rights and protections per the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act. This information must be displayed in a conspicuous location, accessible by all employees.
Occupational Safety and Health Act (29 CFR 1903.2(a)(1)) You must display clear, summarized and accurate information regarding your employees' rights and protections under the Federal Occupational Health and Safety Act. Display this information in a conspicuous location, and ensure that it is not altered, defaced, or covered by other material.