Current through 2023 Legislative Session
Section 8-5-201 - [Effective 1/1/2024] Employment opportunities - job opportunities or advancement - pay rates in job listings - rules(1) An employer shall make reasonable efforts to announce, post, or otherwise make known each job opportunity to all employees on the same calendar day and prior to the date on which the employer makes a selection decision; except that, if an employer is only physically located outside of Colorado and has fewer than fifteen employees working in Colorado, all of whom work only remotely, then, through July 1, 2029, the employer is only required to provide notice of remote job opportunities. The department of labor and employment shall promulgate rules for temporary, interim, or acting job opportunities that necessitate immediate hire.(2) An employer must in good faith disclose the following in the notification of each job opportunity: (a) The hourly or salary compensation or the range of the hourly or salary compensation;(b) a general description of the benefits and other compensation applicable to the job opportunity; and(c) The date the application window is anticipated to close.(3) An employer shall make reasonable efforts to announce, post, or otherwise make known, within thirty calendar days after a candidate who is selected to fill a job opportunity begins working in the position, the following information to, at a minimum, the employees with whom the employer intends the selected candidate to work with regularly: (a) The name of the candidate selected for the job opportunity;(b) The selected candidate's former job title if selected while already employed by the employer;(c) The selected candidate's new job title; and(d) Information on how employees may demonstrate interest in similar job opportunities in the future, including identifying individuals or departments to whom the employees can express interest in similar job opportunities.(4) For positions with career progression, an employer shall disclose and make available to all eligible employees the requirements for career progression, in addition to each position's terms of compensation, benefits, full-time or part-time status, duties, and access to further advancement.(5) Nothing in this section requires an employer to identify a selected candidate for a job opportunity in any manner that violates the candidate's privacy rights under applicable local, state, or federal law or in a manner that would place at risk the selected candidate's health or safety.Amended by 2023 Ch. 347,§ 3, eff. 1/1/2024.Added by 2019 Ch. 247, § 8, eff. 1/1/2021.L. 2019: Entire part added, (SB 19-085), ch. 2416, p. 2416, § 8, effective January 1, 2021.2023 Ch. 347, was passed without a safety clause. See Colo. Const. art. V, § 1(3).This section is set out more than once due to postponed, multiple, or conflicting amendments.