Some Colorado employers are faced with an employment discrimination charge when an employee alleges that the employer discriminated against them by failing to train them. Colorado Courts generally allow failure to train discrimination cases to move forward at trial. There does not have to be a material adverse change in… Read more »

Not every allegation of employment discrimination by an employee is valid. However, Colorado employers sometimes are not clear as to what actions are allowable, how to prevent discrimination from occurring, or how to defend against EEOC discrimination charges. 68% of Colorado employers that do not have internal legal counsel, fail… Read more »

Information for Colorado Employers that Can Minimize Litigation National origin discrimination in the workplace, under Colorado discrimination laws, occurs when employers treat applicants or employees unfavorably because of factors such as ethnicity, national origin, accent, or even if the employer perceived them to be of a certain national original regardless of whether… Read more »