Advice for Employers or Employees in Colorado

Resolving Workplace Issues in Colorado

There is a wide variety of laws that apply to the relationship between employers and employees. These laws exist on both the state and federal level, and include Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Fair Labor Standards Act, (FLSA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), and the Occupational Safety and Health Act. Colorado state law also affects employee-employer relationships, and may actually offer employees greater coverage and protections that the analogous federal law. It is essential for any business operating in the state of Colorado to fully understand the employment laws in the state.

Violations of employment laws could result in serious penalties, some of which could even out a company out of business. In addition to being in compliance with the applicable law, it is also very important for businesses to have in place internal policies and procedures to effectively deal will employee disputes and minimize any legal liability that an employer may incur. The lawyers at HKM Employment Attorneys are experienced employment law attorneys with the knowledge and skill required to advise and represent a diverse clientele on a broad range of employment law matters, including:

HKM works hard to make certain that our clients’ legal needs are adequately met and that they are in full compliance with any applicable state or federal law or regulation. We pride ourselves on working closely with our clients to fully understand their legal needs, and work hard to resolve all legal matters we handle with the best outcome possible.

Colorado Employment Law Attorneys

If you require legal advice on any issue relating to Colorado or federal employment law, the lawyers of HKM Employment Attorneys can help. We represent a wide variety of clientele, including employers, employees, Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and government agencies.

Contact a Colorado employment attorney today to retain legal representation for your employment law needs.