Kelli has assembled a collection of videos called "Coffee With Kelli" in which she describes various issues within employment, many relating to COVID-19. So grab your own cup of coffee and learn more about successfully navigating the world of work.
Here, Kelli begins a special series of Coffee with Kelli dealing with changes to and questions about employment in light of COVID-19. Today, she addresses whether a person can be terminated after possible exposure to the virus.
Certain portions of the Family Medical Leave Act have been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. Find out if you might be affected. This is part 1 of 2.
Today Kelli digs into the provisions of the recently-passed federal legislation related to sick leave and COVID-19. This is part 2 of 2.
Many hourly Colorado workers have been sent home to work. Kelli talks about how to handle working remotely without punching a clock.
In this special COVID-19 episode, Kelli explains the expansion of paid sick leave for additional Colorado workers.
Kelli addresses concerns of essential workers being required to appear at the workplace, despite being at increased risk of COVID-19.
People are expressing worries on social media about a lack of personal protective equipment. But is that wise
Kelli explains part of the CARES Act, which states that employers can require a Covid-19 test in order for employees to qualify for additional pay and protections.
Kelli shares her own experience when her child suddenly had to switch to remote learning and gives advice on dealing with related workplace issues.
Kelli explains the impact of the Colorado governor's executive order advising employers to allow employees to work from home.
Today Kelli gives the short answer (with qualifications) to the employment question everyone is asking about getting vaccinated.
Questions about the Healthy Families in the Workplace Act? Stay tuned!
Do you have you a question about unpaid wages? Is it even worth it to pursue these claims when it seems like the employer holds all the cards? Take a few minutes and see what Kelli has to say.
Kelli takes time out from the Memorial Day weekend to tell you what you should know about pay for national holidays.
Kelli goes into the impact of the Colorado Wage and Hour laws and the new COMPS order as they pertain to breaks. Part 1 of 2.
Kelli continues her explanation of that thorny problem of breaks. Part 2 of 2.
Kelli gives more insights into the issue of paid holidays.
Kelli begins a series of videos covering new legislation that recently took effect in Colorado. You'll want to watch this! The first one is about equality in pay and leveling the employment playing field.
Kelli continues a series of videos covering new legislation that recently took effect in Colorado. You'll want to watch this! Colorado expands sick leave, on top of the Healthy Families and Workplace Act.
Kelli continues a series of videos covering new legislation that recently took effect in Colorado. You'll want to watch this! Colorado and Denver have raised the minimum wage for regular and tipped employees.
Today Kelli tackles the difficulties of receiving bonuses in a recession, especially if you no longer work for the company.
Kelli looks today at a question she hears frequently about signing a termination document. This is part 1 of 2.
Kelli looks at the various sides of the issue of whether employees are required to sign their performance reviews, improvement plans, etc. Part 2 of 2
The subject of protected speech arises today as protests are mounted throughout the country. Know ahead of time what your rights are if you choose to join the movement.
Do you have to remain in a miserable situation in order to bring an employment case? Kelli goes through the pros and cons.
Kelli again takes on the issue of protected speech, this time relating to political views.
What should you do if you're presented with a severance agreement and told to sign before you get your last check? Check out this video -- you do have rights!
Many people, when offered a severance package, think they have no alternative but to accept it. But is that the right move? Have a cup of coffee while Kelli reveals her tips for making the most of the severance "offer."
New legislation came into effect at the start of the year impacting whistleblowers who report concerns about a public health issue.
Kelli explains the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding the ministerial exemption as it applies to teachers and staff in religious schools.
Kelli lists some of the red flags she looks for to determine whether someone is being discriminated against or harassed.
A listener wants to know if they can be terminated for incurring a workplace injury that could result in a workers compensation case. Kelli's answer might surprise you.
Kelli fields a sensitive question about accommodations for disabilities in the workplace.
Kelli honors the 30th anniversary of the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) by explaining what is meant by "disability" and employers' obligations to make reasonable accommodations.
Does HIPPA protect your sensitive medical information from your employer? What does Colorado law have to say about protecting your personal medical information? Take a look at this very timely issue.
Grab a cup of coffee and listen while Kelli covers the issue of claiming time off under the Family Medical Leave Act for a common-law spouse.
Kelli explains how you will be impacted by this new piece of legislation aimed at protecting you, your family, and the working environment.
Confused or concerned about how you'll be paid if you have to stay home with a sick relative? What if your child is attending school remotely? Kelli will take you through your rights.
Are there ever times when it's ok to break a rule? What if a supervisor encourages it? Kelli explains how to deal with this sticky situation.
Do you ever wonder whether you're in a hostile or toxic work environment? What are your own options? Kelli talks about she makes that determination.
Ever wondered whether you're really an independent contractor? Watch while Kelli explains the differences.
Some clients are concerned about the time and expense incurred in an employment-law trial. Kelli talks here about the odds of going to trial (spoiler alert: low) versus settling before a trial is necessary.
Kelli goes through the various types of leave available to Colorado employees in the event of a personal illness, or that of a loved one.
We all know that sometimes employers need to cut costs during difficult times by laying off personnel. But can some other cost-cutting measures violate employment law? Stay tuned.
In the 21st century, everyone brings personal devices to work. Does your employer have to reimburse you for using your own device to make work-related calls? Can your employer expect access to your device? You'll definitely want to listen to Kelli's findings on this subject.
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