C.R.S. Section 8-4-116
Issuance of certificate of registration


The director, after appropriate investigation, shall issue a certificate of registration to any person who:


Has executed and filed with the director a written application subscribed and sworn to by the applicant containing such information concerning his or her conduct and method of operation as a field labor contractor as the director may require in order to effectively carry out the provisions of this article;


Has consented to designation of the director as the agent available to accept service of process for any action against such field labor contractor at any and all times when such field labor contractor has departed from the jurisdiction of this state or has become unavailable to accept service;


Has demonstrated evidence to the director that he or she has satisfied the insurance requirements of articles 40 to 47 of this title.


Upon notice and hearing in accordance with rules prescribed by the director, the director may refuse to issue and may suspend, revoke, or refuse to renew a certificate of registration of any field labor contractor if the director finds that such field labor contractor:


Knowingly has made any misrepresentation or false statement in his or her application for a certificate of registration or any renewal thereof;


Knowingly has given false or misleading information to any migratory laborer concerning the terms, conditions, or existence of agricultural employment;


Has failed, without justification, to perform agreements entered into or to comply with arrangements made with farm operators;


Has failed, without justification, to comply with the terms of any working arrangements he or she has made with migratory laborers;


Has permitted his or her insurance maintained pursuant to the requirements of paragraph (c) of subsection (1) of this section to terminate, lapse, or otherwise become inoperative;


Is not in fact the real party in interest in any such application or certificate of registration and that the real party in interest is a person, firm, partnership, association, or corporation which previously has been denied a certificate of registration; has had a certificate of registration suspended or revoked; or which does not presently qualify for a certificate of registration.

Source: Section 8-4-116 — Issuance of certificate of registration, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-08.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

Proper payment - record of wages
Payment of wages - insufficient funds - pay statement - record retention - gratuity notification - penalties
Funds available to pay wages - mining industry
Payroll deductions permitted - notice required
Automatic enrollment in retirement plans - relief from liability - conditions - definitions
Early payment of wages permitted
Post notice of paydays
Payment in the event of strike
Termination of employment - payments required - civil penalties - payments to surviving spouse or heir
Disputes - fees
Enforcement - duty of director - duties of district or city attorneys - rules
Hearing officer review and appeals of administrative actions
Enforcement of director subpoenas
Fines pursuant to enforcement - wage theft enforcement fund - created - administrative lien and levy of employer assets - wage claim payments from the fund - definition - rules
Criminal penalties
Certificate of registration required
Issuance of certificate of registration
Additional obligations
Authority to obtain information
Penalty provisions
Discrimination and retaliation prohibited - employee protections - criminal penalties - civil remedies
Nonwaiver of employee rights
Limitation of actions
Termination of occupancy pursuant to contract of employment - legislative declaration
Third-party food delivery services - prohibitions - penalties - definitions
Supplemental health-care staffing agencies - annual certification - contract restrictions - penalty - civil action - reporting - definitions
Green check means up to date. Up to date

Current through Fall 2024

§ 8-4-116’s source at colorado​.gov