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A Better Balance Applauds Colorado’s Proposed Rule Expanding Access to Overtime Pay

The proposed Colorado Overtime and Minimum Pay Standards (“COMPS”) Order would expand coverage to many workers who were previously excluded, including individuals employed in construction and manufacturing. The proposed rule will also set a salary threshold for overtime at $42,500 and adjust it up to $57,500 by 2026, ensuring that many more low-wage workers are entitled to overtime. 

It’s National Work and Family Month, But Work-Life Balance Remains Elusive for Low Wage Workers

According to recent data, the gap between the richest and poorest U.S. households is the largest it's been in 50 years. This means that low income workers across the country are being left behind despite economic growth, too often struggling to make ends meet with a scarcity of time to care for themselves and their families.  So this National Work and Family Month, let’s demand justice and work-life balance for low income families

Defending Local Democracy, Brief Bank

  • August 17, 2017

These briefs and decisions are meant to be used as a guide and the information contained in them do not constitute legal advice. Laws and judicial precedent vary in different…

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