It’s clear our communities are struggling. Meanwhile, corporations across the country are raking in profits – all while avoiding paying billions in taxes.
Time and time again, we’ve seen work that is predominantly done by women be undervalued. I want other care workers to know: as workers, we deserve more.
September marked an important victory for care workers across Colorado. Legislators listened to care workers’ voices and voted for a $15 minimum wage that will take effect on January 1, 2022. For many of us, this is a much-needed pay raise that will have an immediate impact on our lives. It’s a victory worth celebrating […]
Legislators listened to care workers’ voices and voted for a $15 minimum wage that will take effect on January 1, 2022.
An Act to Strengthen and Enhance the Home Care Workforce
SB 19-238, Increasing Wages for Home Care Workers and Establishing Training Oversight Group, Heads to Governor’s Desk
Aimed at increasing retention in the home care workforce, the bill raises wages for caregivers and promotes high care standards for consumers.
Senate Bill 238 Raises Wages for Caregivers and Promotes High Care Standards for Consumers by Establishing a Training Enforcement Work Group Denver, CO – A bill aiming to increase retention in the home care workforce by raising wages for caregivers passed out of the Senate today. Senate Bill 238, sponsored by Senators Jessie Danielson and […]
The bill raises wages for caregivers and establishes a training enforcement work group to promote high care standards for consumers.
The Bill Will Strengthen and Enhance the Home Care Workforce by Improving
Training and Wages, Bettering the Lives of Colorado Caregivers and Consumers