Colorado’s Employment Law Handbook – Includes topics on: Minimum wage Overtime Meal and breaks Vacation leave Sick leave Holiday leave Jury duty leave Voting leave Severance pay
Colorado’s Employment Law Handbook – Includes topics on: Current minimum wage Minimum employees required Exempt employees Non-exempt employees Overtime Child Labor Laws Tipped wages Hours worked Travel time Waiting time On-call time Sleeping time Meeting and training time Suffered or permitted to work Suffered or permitted to work State minimum wage and overtime laws
Are you ready to elevate your student supervision skills to new heights? Whether you are a first-time supervisor or a seasoned supervisor of student staff, these courses will provide you with the necessary foundation, tools, and skills to effectively manage student staff. You will also gain the opportunity to build community with other student supervisors […]
Step-by-step video guide on how to set up an employer user account and join your department.
Step 1 of getting set up in Handshake as an employer is to first create an employer user account. This is something that each new user will need to do. Use this link to get started.
Template for posting campus jobs into Handshake.
This fact sheet provides general information to help determine whether interns and students working for “for-profit” employers are entitled to minimum wages and overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).1
Please note that starting January 1, 2021, the State of Colorado has implemented the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act. This act covers a number of requirements and prohibitions for employers in order to prevent pay disparities. Specifically, we want to draw employers’ attention to several critical components: Employers are required to disclose in each job posting the […]
Video tutorial for how to post a job in Handshake and use the Job Template.
Instructions for posting a job in Handshake as a CSU campus employer.
Details on how to set up your department account in Handshake.
Handshake tutorial on how to create divisions for your employer account.