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Colorado Daily
Fines that pushed CU Boulder's Trep Cafe out of business may be debatedfor more than 10 years, shut down this summer after its undergraduate managers
Fines that pushed CU Boulder's Trep Cafe out of business may be debated
Colorado Daily / Posted 37 minutes ago
for more than 10 years, shut down this summer after its undergraduate managers learned they had to pay $224,200 to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment for lapses in workers' compensation insurance. Some business owners are... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Sterling Workforce Center relocates to new officesTo better respond to the needs of both employers and job seekers, the Colorado
Sterling Workforce Center relocates to new offices
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted yesterday
To better respond to the needs of both employers and job seekers, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has relocated the Sterling Workforce Center from 100 College Drive to new office space at Broadway Plaza. The new address is 100... Read more
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Colorado Daily
$224K in state labor fines sink CU Boulder's student-run Trep Cafeon the second floor of the Leeds School of Business Koelbel Building, was notif
$224K in state labor fines sink CU Boulder's student-run Trep Cafe
Colorado Daily / Posted yesterday
on the second floor of the Leeds School of Business Koelbel Building, was notified in April of $224,200 in fines from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment for not having workers' compensation insurance for several months in 2011, 2015... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Job loss leads oil, gas workers to solar industrywho lost their jobs in the coal or oil and gas industry so they can get the ski
Job loss leads oil, gas workers to solar industry
Greeley Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
who lost their jobs in the coal or oil and gas industry so they can get the skills they need to install solar panels. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment gave a company based in Paonia on the Western Slope a $400,000 matching grant as... Read more
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ABC Montana
Declining energy sector jobs switching to solar powerwho lost their jobs in the coal or oil and gas industry so they can get the ski
Declining energy sector jobs switching to solar power
ABC Montana / Posted 15 days ago
who lost their jobs in the coal or oil and gas industry so they can get the skills they need to install solar panels. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has given a company based in Paonia on the Western Slope a $400,000 matching... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Declining energy sector jobs switching to solar powerwho lost their jobs in the coal or oil and gas industry so they can get the ski
Declining energy sector jobs switching to solar power
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 15 days ago
who lost their jobs in the coal or oil and gas industry so they can get the skills they need to install solar panels. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has given a company based in Paonia on the Western Slope a $400,000 matching... Read more
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Island Packet
Declining energy sector jobs switching to solar powerwho lost their jobs in the coal or oil and gas industry so they can get the ski
Declining energy sector jobs switching to solar power
Island Packet / Posted 15 days ago
who lost their jobs in the coal or oil and gas industry so they can get the skills they need to install solar panels. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment gave a company based in Paonia on the Western Slope a $400,000 matching grant as... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Colorado News Roundup: State program trains solar power workers, Navajo want reimbursement from minewho lost their jobs in the coal or oil and gas industry so they can get the ski
Colorado News Roundup: State program trains solar power workers, Navajo want reimbursement from mine
Summit Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
who lost their jobs in the coal or oil and gas industry so they can get the skills they need to install solar panels. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has given a company based in Paonia on the Western Slope a $400,000 matching... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Declining energy sector jobs switching to solar powerwho lost their jobs in the coal or oil and gas industry so they can get the ski
Declining energy sector jobs switching to solar power
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 16 days ago
who lost their jobs in the coal or oil and gas industry so they can get the skills they need to install solar panels. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has given a company based in Paonia on the Western Slope a $400,000 matching... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Victoria’s owners: allegations are unfoundedas “the epitome of kind and friendly.” Like some other former employees, Weil
Victoria’s owners: allegations are unfounded
The Aspen Times / Posted 16 days ago
as “the epitome of kind and friendly.” Like some other former employees, Weil reported Victoria’s lack of pay to the Colorado Department of Labor. All of the former employees interviewed by The Aspen Times that made labor claims, including... Read more
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KWGN Denver
Mother says daughter was hurt on Elitch Gardens water park rideto find out if the slide was ever inspected, but the girl’s mother learned the
Mother says daughter was hurt on Elitch Gardens water park ride
KWGN Denver / Posted 21 days ago
to find out if the slide was ever inspected, but the girl’s mother learned the incident was never actually reported to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. “As soon as she got off the ride we knew something was wrong,” said Ann... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
Mother says daughter was hurt on Elitch Gardens water park rideto find out if the slide was ever inspected, but the girl’s mother learned the
Mother says daughter was hurt on Elitch Gardens water park ride
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 21 days ago
to find out if the slide was ever inspected, but the girl’s mother learned the incident was never actually reported to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. “As soon as she got off the ride we knew something was wrong,” said Ann... Read more
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Vail Daily
East West announces minimum wage hikeor not East West’s move causes upward pressure on wages will take months to det
East West announces minimum wage hike
Vail Daily / Posted 26 days ago
or not East West’s move causes upward pressure on wages will take months to determine. Ryan Gedney, an economist with the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, said there’s currently a shift toward higher wages around the state and country.... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Colorado Tech Tour highlights Summit County STEM programsSummit County residents have a bachelor’s degree or higher. “We are completely
Colorado Tech Tour highlights Summit County STEM programs
Summit Daily News / Posted 27 days ago
Summit County residents have a bachelor’s degree or higher. “We are completely underemployed,” she said. According to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, for the fourth quarter of 2015, the top industries in Summit County were... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Ex-workers fault Aspen coffee shopa high-volume, fast-paced work environment that doesn’t suit everyone. He and
Ex-workers fault Aspen coffee shop
Aspen Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
a high-volume, fast-paced work environment that doesn’t suit everyone. He and Haveman have also had conversations with the Colorado Department of Labor, and “they’re aware of our tip policy,” he said. “The issue is disgruntled employees. They feel... Read more

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