Debra Fowler | Compliance & Training Manager
Earlier this year, Governor Polis passed a law requiring Colorado employers to provide exiting employees with a separation notice at their time of separation, whether voluntary or involuntary.
The written notice requirements include the following:
Employer Name and Address
Employee Name and Address
Employee’s Start Date and Last Day Worked
Employee’s Year-to-date earnings
Employee's Wages for Last Week Worked
The Reason for the Employee Separation
Vida HR provided our clients with a compliant template until the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment issued their own version of a compliant form.
Colorado has now issued their own version of the required Separation Notice, which can be found here:
If you have any questions about this requirement, please contact your HR Business Partner at Vida HR.