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Complying with COMPS: 2020 Changes to Colorado Overtime and Minimum Pay Standards
2020 Changes to Colorado Overtime and Minimum Pay Standards
Employment law attorney Michael Santo will discuss the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s proposed rules that will overhaul Colorado’s wage-and-hour laws. Known collectively as “COMPS” (Colorado Overtime and Minimum Pay Standards), these proposals make significant and far-reaching changes to most parts of Colorado’s compensation laws. Michael will also share other Colorado employment law updates, such as the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act.

COMPS provisions take precedence over the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Primary changes proposed by COMPS include:
- Increased salary-basis threshold for overtime exemption
- “Work time” definition for travel compensation for nonexempt employees
- Overtime pay requirements
- Required meal and rest breaks

This free webinar is hosted by ASAP Accounting & Payroll, Inc and our guest speaker is Michael Santo of Bechtel, Santo & Severn.

60 -minute presentation
15 - minute Q&A

Jan 30, 2020 03:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Michael C. Santo
Co-Founder/Partner @Bechtel Santo & Severn
Employment law attorney Michael Santo is cofounder and partner at Bechtel Santo & Severn in Grand Junction, Colorado. Since 1994, Michael has focused his practice on defending companies in employment litigation, including discrimination lawsuits; wrongful discharge; and wage and hour matters. Counseling companies on day-to-day employment issues is also an important part of Michael’s practice. This includes advising employers on hiring, discipline, and termination decisions; on leave and disability issues; and on preparing and revising employee handbooks. By helping employers develop sound personnel policies, Michael assists many Colorado companies, large and small, in minimizing the risk of employment-related litigation.