Employment Law Resources

Understanding the Colorado Wage Claim Act

Sep 14, 2023

Employees must be paid in accordance with the law. The Colorado Wage Claim Act outlines how and when employers are required to pay thei...

Colorado Criminalizes Unenforceable Non Compete Agreements

May 4, 2023

Employers who violate Colorado’s restrictive covenants statute, commonly known as noncompete agreements, could now face jail time after...

How the new FMLA and Paid Sick Time Law Will Impact You

May 3, 2023

Robinson & Henry is dedicated to helping employers and employees through this turbulent time of COVID-19 and looming economic crisi...

Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act & Your Business

Feb 28, 2023

Don’t leave yourself open to discrimination lawsuits. Take time to understand the law.


Unpaid Wages? You Have a Right to Recover Them.

Jan 11, 2023

You have a legal right to recover your unpaid wages. This short article offers some important information about what you’re owed ...

Employers Must Pay Out Unused Vacation Time

Jan 10, 2023

Unused vacation time must be paid out to an employee when they leave a Colorado company. That’s what the Colorado Supreme Court r...

Employment Lawyer: Know Your Rights

Nov 26, 2022

If you believe your employer has violated the law in some manner and treated you wrongfully, you should contact our highly experienced ...

Racial Discrimination in the Workplace

Sep 20, 2022

Racial discrimination in America has persisted in big and small ways despite federal and state laws enacted to combat it. In fact, as r...

Discriminatory Failure to Promote

Sep 20, 2022

You’re probably familiar with the term “glass ceiling.” This colloquial term refers to an invisible barrier that prevents qualified wom...

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Sep 20, 2022

It’s easy to dismiss workplace sexual harassment as a hallmark of a bygone era. Unfortunately, the statistics show otherwise. A 2018 su...

Fight Back Against a Hostile Work Environment

Sep 20, 2022

“A hostile work environment is like a disease. It can have many symptoms, some of which change over time, but all of which stem f...

EEOC Complaints: What Business Owners and Employees Should Know

Sep 20, 2022

Imagine this: A newly hired employee comes into work and casually mentions to another staff member that she is six months pregnant. The...

Age Discrimination in Colorado Workplaces

Sep 20, 2022

Age discrimination is unfortunately common in the workplace. According to studies from AARP, 78 percent of workers 45 and older have se...

Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace

Sep 20, 2022

If you have ever been pregnant, you know that those two pink lines bring forth a whirlwind of emotions. Childcare options, nursery colo...

How is Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Defined?

Sep 20, 2022

More than 70 percent of women who are the victims of workplace sexual harassment never report the incident or try to hold their harasse...

What should I know about filing an EEOC complaint?

Sep 19, 2022

The EEOC complaint process is easier than it used to be, but the time it takes to reach a conclusion on your case is longer these days....

Appealing Your Security Clearance Denial: Why You Need An Attorney

Sep 16, 2022

If you are a federal employee, a government contractor, or a member of the military, a security clearance can make your career. Consequ...

Fight Wage Discrimination in Colorado

Sep 15, 2022

Colorado became the first state in the U.S. to require employers to disclose compensation in their public job postings after Senate Bil...

MSPB Appeals Process: Our Attorneys Fight for Civil Servants

Sep 15, 2022

Fighting for your job is a scary situation for anyone. For federal employees undergoing the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board appeals...

Do You Have A Case?

Sep 7, 2022

Litigation is complex and unpredictable. Consult an attorney before filing a lawsuit.


What To Do If You Misclassified An Employee

Sep 2, 2022

Find out how to deal with independent contractor misclassifications.


How to Deal With a Fraudulent or Incorrect 1099

Sep 2, 2022

If you received a fraudulent or incorrect 1099, this article is for you.


Seven Steps to Successfully Investigate a Colorado Workplace Problem Without Creating a Bigger One

Sep 2, 2022

Learn how to handle employee investigations


Employment Law Lawyers

Types of Employment Law Cases

Federal and state law provides for certain protections in the workplace. For instance, employees have a legal right to work in an environment that is free from harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Employees are also entitled to receive equal pay for equal work. In fact, in an effort to dissuade wage discrimination, Colorado became the first state to require employers to divulge compensation in public job postings.

The employment relationship is the professional link between employer and employees. Ideally, this relationship is based on mutual respect. Employees should clearly understand what is expected of them to perform well. The success of a business hinges on the employment relationship.

Employers have a duty to make certain it follows the law and fosters a safe workplace.

Robinson & Henry’s Employment Law Team is here to serve your needs in both obtaining and maintaining that employment relationship. Our expertise includes everything from workplace discrimination claims to salary negotiations to the unique hurdles faced by public sector employees.

Our employment law attorneys will help protect your rights and vigorously defend them if the need arises.

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