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The only constant in life is change. Over time, your business may experience transitions which cause stress and lost productivity, and at other times, open the door to new opportunities. If your organization is preparing to transition or lay off employees, it is vital that you make well-informed decisions.

Consider your options and tap into the services offered by the Larimer County Economic and Workforce Development (LCEWD) and the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE).


For Additional Confidential Information

LCEWD Rapid Response Coordinators

Andrew Minor
(970) 498-6083
aminor@larimer.org

Megan Loritz
(970) 498-6669
mloritz@larimer.org

CDLE Program Representatives:

Karen Hoopes
(303 318-8839
karen.hoopes@state.co.us


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Colorado minimum wage, labor law for youth and other labor law information.

The Work-Share Program offers an alternative to employers who are considering a reduction in workforce. Employers may be eligible to reduce and “share” employee hours rather than layoff. To compensate for the reduction in hours, employees may receive part of their regular unemployment benefits.

Unemployment Insurance through the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) provides temporary and partial wage replacement to workers who have become unemployed through no fault of their own.