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New employment laws and what you need to know
Date and Time
Tuesday Jun 22, 2021 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM MDT
June 22nd 11:30 - 1:00
Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce
420 Jerry St
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Many employment laws have recently been changed or modified and Theresa will go over everything you need to know and then answer your questions. This is a great opportunity for members and future members to get caught up on all the changes to the employment laws.
What are the most current updates to employment law in Colorado? Stay current on key legal employment updates; consider how to prepare and comply with current law; gather information to help your organization successfully navigate statutory and regulatory requirements.
We will discuss five major employment updates including the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, paid sick leave, paid family and medical leave law, minimum wage and salary increases, and whether employers should require the COVID vaccine. In addition, we will consider five other employment updates including the Employee Traffic Reduction Program, natural hair anti-discrimination in the workplace, Colorado's Ban the Box Act, the Retail Businesses Must Accept Cash law, and the Public Health Emergency Whistleblower Act.
Theresa Lynn Sidebotham founded Telios Law PLLC in 2012 and advises organizations in the U.S. and internationally. Telios Law advises businesses on legal and policy issues, with an emphasis on business and employment practices and investigations. Telios Law also engages in business litigation. Its affiliated entity, Telios Teaches, provides online HR training.
Although she was born in New York, Theresa and her parents arrived in Indonesia just in time for the Communist coup in the "Year of Living Dangerously." Her husband is a retired Army Reserve colonel, and her four sons were born on three different continents, the youngest when she and her husband were serving in Sumatra. After returning to the States, she enrolled in law school and graduated first in her class from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Theresa was mentored by judges at the Colorado Court of Appeals and worked at a large law firm serving religious institutions and doing general litigation before opening Telios Law.
Now, she uses these experiences to help organizations and individuals achieve their vision in a way which is “complete, perfect, or whole,” as the name “Telios” implies.