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December 2018 Archives

Colorado state legislators accused of sexual harassment

A couple of lawmakers in the Colorado state legislature have announced their departure from the body in the wake of sexual harassment allegations. One lawmaker denies that his decision has anything to do with the allegation against him, saying his decision not to run for re-election in 2020 is for financial reasons. The lawmaker has a background in business and is pursuing other opportunities.

Here's what you should know about a sexual harassment case

Sexual harassment has no place in the workplace, yet it still occurs in many places of business. It is against the law to harass an applicant or employee due to the person's sex or gender, among other protected categories. Sexual harassment includes verbal and physical harassment, requests for sexual favors and unwelcome sexual advances.

Fighting a non-compete agreement in Colorado

Many employees in the Denver area will inevitably get to know a lot about their employer's business in connection with their jobs. This is particularly true when an employee has a job that involves the handling of sensitive information, is in a position of leadership or, in some cases, is just someone who has been with the same employer for a long time.

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