7 CCR 1103-1 - COLORADO OVERTIME AND MINIMUM PAY STANDARDS ORDER (COMPS ORDER) #36

  1. § 7 CCR 1103-1-1 - Authority and Definitions
  2. § 7 CCR 1103-1-2 - Coverage and Exemptions
  3. § 7 CCR 1103-1-3 - Minimum Wages
  4. § 7 CCR 1103-1-4 - Overtime
  5. § 7 CCR 1103-1-5 - Meal and Rest Periods
  6. § 7 CCR 1103-1-6 - Deductions, Credits, and Charges
  7. § 7 CCR 1103-1-7 - Employer Record-Keeping and Posting Requirements
  8. § 7 CCR 1103-1-8 - Administration and Interpretation
  9. § 7 CCR 1103-1-9 - [Repealed]
  10. § 7 CCR 1103-1-10 - [Repealed]
  11. § 7 CCR 1103-1-11 - [Repealed]
  12. § 7 CCR 1103-1-12 - [Repealed]
  13. § 7 CCR 1103-1-13 - [Repealed]
  14. § 7 CCR 1103-1-14 - [Repealed]
  15. § 7 CCR 1103-1-15 - [Repealed]
  16. § 7 CCR 1103-1-16 - [Repealed]
  17. § 7 CCR 1103-1-17 - [Repealed]
  18. § 7 CCR 1103-1-18 - [Repealed]
  19. § 7 CCR 1103-1-19 - [Repealed]
  20. § 7 CCR 1103-1-20 - [Repealed]
  21. § 7 CCR 1103-1-21 - [Repealed]
  22. § 7 CCR 1103-1-22 - [Repealed]
  23. Appendix 7 CCR 1103-1-A - Statutory Authority

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 18, September 25, 2021

Authority:

This Colorado Minimum Wage Order Number 35 is promulgated under the authority vested by C.R.S. Title 8, Articles 1, 4, 6, and 12 (2018). This Wage Order shall supersede all previous Wage Orders.

Important Information on Minimum Wage:

Colorado Minimum Wage Order Number 35 establishes a Colorado state minimum wage pursuant to the requirements of Article XVIII, Section 15, of the Colorado Constitution.

In addition to state minimum wage requirements, there are also federal minimum wage requirements. If an employee is covered by both state and federal minimum wage laws, the law which provides a higher minimum wage or sets a higher standard shall apply. For information on federal minimum wage law, contact the U.S. Department of Labor.

2019 Colorado State Minimum Wage:

Pursuant to Article XVIII, Section 15, of the Colorado Constitution, if either of the following two situations applies to an employee, then the employee is entitled to the $11.10 state minimum wage or the $8.08 state tipped employee minimum wage, effective January 1, 2019:

1. The employee is covered by the minimum wage provisions of Colorado Minimum Wage Order Number 35.
2. The employee is covered by the minimum wage provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

The Division accepts complaints for minimum wage violations involving employees who receive the state or federal minimum wage.

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Notes

7 CCR 1103-1
Entire rule eff. 01/01/2008.
Entire rule eff. 01/01/2009.
Entire rule eff. 01/01/2010.
Entire rule eff. 01/01/2011.
Entire rule eff. 01/01/2012.
Entire rule eff. 01/01/2013.
Entire rule eff. 01/01/2014.
Entire rule eff. 12/30/2014.
39 CR 23, December 10, 2016, effective 1/1/2017 40 CR 23, December 10, 2017, effective 1/1/2018 41 CR 23, December 10, 2018, effective 1/1/2019

Authority:

This Colorado Minimum Wage Order Number 34 is promulgated under the authority vested by C.R.S. Title 8, Articles 1, 4, 6, and 12 (2017). This Wage Order shall supersede all previous Wage Orders.

Annotations

Wrongful discharge in violation of public policy was based upon not receiving rest and lunch breaks in violation of Wage Order No. 22, sections 7 and 8, promulgated by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. Bonidy v. Vail Valley Ctr. for Aesthetic Dentistry, P.C., and James J. Harding, DDS., Colo. App. 06CA1849

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