Actually, the Labor Day weekend is now a memory, but how many of our thoughts turned to the workers of Colorado during that time?
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has web pages full of information for and about the workers, as well as, the employers of our state. Some of the topics are listed below:
Colorado’s Economy and Job Market –
Economy &Job Market
Job Vacancy Surveys
Current Labor Statistics- data for July 2006
Labor Laws- including youth employment laws
Unemployment Benefits- with link to a claimant handbook
Worker and Job Seeker Benefits- lists workforce center locations
Employer Services- post jobs here
Workers Compensation- compensation rules and how to file electronically
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