Colorado Questions and Answers
If an employer sends an employee to training are they required to pay for travel time
I was required to go to training in Denver which is 55 miles from my normal work station is my employer required to pay travel time.
1 answer | asked Jan 10, 2015 10:51 AM [EST] | applies to Colorado
If a TNphysician severence agreement binds him to Colorado law is he immune from Non-Compete Clause?
I am currently in law school and this question boggles me. My father, a TN peditrician was laid off without cause and wasoffered a severence agreement that binds him to laws of Colorado. Colorado's st...
1 answer | asked Feb 12, 2010 12:46 AM [EST] | applies to Colorado
Just want to leave peacefully!
I moved from Washington State for a job and have been employed with a proprietary school for several months. My contract included a non-compete clause that outlined the following: 1. no direct or indi...
1 answer | asked Aug 23, 2006 01:23 AM [EST] | applies to Colorado
What constitutes a comparable offer of employment?
I am in a dispute with a former employer over severance. My employment contract required this employer to pay severance in the event the company was sold, and I was offered and accepted a non-comparab...
1 answer | asked Jun 4, 2006 01:07 AM [EST] | applies to Colorado
I was laid off after 6+ years of employment by a man who's construction business was in trouble when I was hired. I helped him increase sales from $1M+ to $3M+ in the first two years. I was always giv...
1 answer | asked Jan 9, 2006 3:57 PM [EST] | applies to Colorado
Are non-compete's enforceable if you don;t sign anything?
I believe this might be a unique one for you. I have been working for a painting company as a business sales manager for four months. I have recently considered starting my own painting business. My e...
1 answer | asked Jul 14, 2005 8:33 PM [EST] | applies to Colorado
contractor not paid
My husband worked as a contractor for a new e-business that is still in business, for about 2 years. He stopped working for them because he was not getting paid on a regular basis. He has not worked f...
1 answer | asked Mar 22, 2005 5:35 PM [EST] | applies to Colorado
Retaliation for Filing Workers Compensation Claim
Retaliation- Workers Compensation I had sent an e-mail to my boss asking how I would go about turning in a Workers Compensation claim. Within 3 minutes of her reading my e-mail I was sent an e-mail st...
1 answer | asked Sep 14, 2004 8:06 PM [EST] | applies to Colorado
Fired because of injury.
I was fired 2 days after having major knee surgery. I was scheduled to go back to work the next day. They stated I missed too many days, I only missed 3 total days for this, 2 of which I was in hospit...
1 answer | asked Aug 12, 2004 5:46 PM [EST] | applies to Colorado
Can I take them to Small Claims Court ?
Dear Mel! I was terminated in October from my job of 5 years. I have taken them to the unemployment board since they denied my unemployment. The board found that I was not responsible for the separati...
1 answer | asked Mar 22, 2004 5:04 PM [EST] | applies to Colorado
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