That’s a darn good question. In short, the last few days of the Colorado legislative session was a frequently-changing landscape right up until the end. Fortunately, with the session officially coming to a close, we now have a much better idea of the landscape ahead for Colorado employers. For example, whatever became of the efforts to implement a FAMLI bill (i.e., did a bill pass that set out guidelines for dates for future implementation)? Did the final version of the Equal Pay Act pass and provide Colorado employers guidance on how to implement a compensation system, job descriptions, etc.? And what about all the bills regarding use of convictions at the hiring stage; some of which weren’t proposed until late April?
These and many other issues will be discussed at this upcoming WCHRA special session, which is, in essence, a follow-up to the Spring Conference. At this session, Michael Santo, of Bechtel Santo & Severn, will discuss all the final legislative changes and provide tips, insights, policies/practices, etc. to ensure that your organization is ready for and complying with the new legal changes.
When you join us for this Special Session, you'll also be supporting SHRM Foundation. 50% of registration proceeds will be donated directly to the Foundation.
2019 Legislative Update - Round 2
Wednesday, May 22 4:00pm-6:00pm
Colorado Mesa University, 1100 North Avenue
Dominguez Hall Rooms 313 & 314
REGISTER NOW http://www.wchra.org/event-3394075
WCHRA Members $10.00 Public $20.00
CMU building map: Dominguez Hall is #1 on the diagram
CMU parking map: No parking pass/fee needed for this event
C9 parking area is just west of Dominguez Hall
Co-Founder & Partner
Michael Santo began practicing law in his home state of Michigan in 1992 after receiving his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University and his law degree from the University of Detroit. Since 1994, Michael has focused his practice on defending companies in employment litigation, including race, sex, age, national origin, religious, and disability discrimination lawsuits; wrongful discharge; and wage and hour matters. In addition, he regularly represents employers in prosecuting and defending claims of trade secret misappropriation, unfair competition, and employee raiding. In 2014, Michael was lead counsel in the Colorado Supreme Court case, ICAO v. Softrock. This case assisted employers by requiring the Department of Labor to more thoroughly analyze the independent-contractor factors during a Colorado Department of Labor audit.