Macy's Announces Management And Other Staff LayoffsRetailing giant Macy's announced staff reductions today that will affect management and workers across various levels of its organization.
University Of Denver Announces Layoffs And Salary ReductionsThe chancellor at the University of Denver announced major cutbacks in an email to staff this week.
Unemployment Applications Drop In Colorado But Payout GrowsThe number of new people applying for unemployment benefits in Colorado declined again last week but the state paid out $95.3 million in regular unemployment benefits.
Coronavirus Having Greater Economic Impact On Denver City Budget Than Great RecessionMayor Michael Hancock announced on Thursday afternoon that city employees will have to take eight furlough days, or unpaid days off.
Memo To City Of Denver Employees Asks Them To Take Furlough DaysThe coronavirus crisis has taken a huge toll on government budgets.
Colorado Pays Out $315 Million In Unemployment In AprilColorado paid out $315 million in regular unemployment payments to laid-off workers during the first full month of the economic shutdown because of the coronavirus outbreak, dwarfing the previous monthly record set during the Great Recession, the state labor department said Thursday.
Local Governments Furlough Hundreds Of Workers As Tax Revenue TumblesAs if the shutdown of thousands of businesses and loss of hundreds of jobs in Colorado isn't enough, coronavirus is now crippling local governments, forcing them to slash services and staff.
Jeffco Schools Superintendent Faces Tough Decisions With Budget CutsAs focus turns towards reopening the state, school districts across Colorado are having to consider the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on next year's budget.
Colorado Experts Offer Job Seeking Advice During Skyrocketing UnemploymentCareer coach Andrew Hudson hosted a second virtual job seminar on CBSN Denver and addressed what makes this current situation different than previous periods of high unemployment.
Colorado Restaurant Association Fears Coronavirus Will Shutter Local EateriesAs leaders in Colorado begin to release plans on how some businesses will begin to reopen in the coming weeks, there’s concern that the state’s restaurant industry is going to be left behind.
Those With Special Needs Hit Hard During Coronavirus ClosuresWorkers with special needs are also losing jobs due to businesses closing, but even if their workplaces are still operating, the paycheck isn’t worth what they’d be risking by coming to work.
Small Business Owners Fear Layoffs After Federal Funding Runs OutSmall business owners are worried about their employees after the federal government announced critical funding ran out Thursday.
Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Halliburton Cuts 130 Jobs In Fort LuptonHalliburton has laid off 130 workers at its facility in Fort Lupton.
Coronavirus In Colorado: City Of Boulder Furloughs 737 EmployeesMore than 735 employees with the city of Boulder will be furloughed in response to the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic impact from it.
Denver Chef Jennifer Jasinski Unsure How Gradual Reopening Of Restaurants Will WorkColorado's stay-at-home order is set to be lifted at the end of the month, but Gov. Jared Polis said when bars and restaurants reopen, it will be gradual.