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Update: CDLE Labor-Law Posters

Minimum Wage Poster
Employers covered by Colorado Minimum Wage Order Number 30 must post the Minimum Wage Order Number 30 Poster. This poster is effective January 1, 2014.

Payday Notice Poster
An employer must post conspicuously a notice specifying the regular paydays and the time and place of payment. The notice must include any changes to paydays and time and place of payment. This poster is provided as a courtesy by the Colorado Division of Labor. Other Notice of Paydays Posters may be acceptable provided that they contain the elements and information required by 8-4-107, C.R.S.

Additional Posters
Most government agencies provide their own posters online without cost. Use the "Colorado Employer Poster Advisor" for a general list of both state and federal posters.

Additional information is available at:
Sample Packet available from CEU / Consulting & Education Unlimited, LLC

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Nurses On Top!

Once again, nurses are tops. For 14 out of the last 15 years, in an annual Gallup poll, nursing has ranked at the top of the list of professions deemed the most trusted in the United States.

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Thanksgiving Facts

It might be wise not to count your calories too closely on Thanksgiving and/or Christmas. The average American consumes approximately three times the recommended daily dose of calories on the nation's favorite turkey-stuffed holidays.

Here's a look at our "massive" holiday eating, by the numbers:


1,500 The amount of calories an average woman needs each day

2,000 The amount of calories an average man needs each day

3,000 The estimated amount of calories in a typical Thanksgiving meal, including turkey, side dishes, and dessert

5,000 to 6,000 is the estimated amount of calories people consume throughout Thanksgiving Day — roughly triple the recommended daily intake


Turkey Facts











According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, more than 45 million turkeys are cooked and eaten in the U.S. at Thanksgiving—that's one sixth of all turkeys sold in the U.S. each year. 

American per capita consumption of turkeys has soared from 8.3 pounds in 1975 to 18.5 pounds in 1997. Ten years later, the number dropped in 2007 to 13.8 pounds.

Turkeys are the only breed of poultry native to the Western Hemisphere

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