Colorado Revised Statutes Title 8. Labor and Industry § 8-2-119. Awards of back pay--deduction of unemployment compensation

(1) In any proceeding in this state in which an award of back pay is made, the employer shall pay any such award in full, subject to the provisions of subsection (3) of this section.

(2) The person ordering an award of back pay shall notify the director of the division of unemployment insurance of the award within five days after the date of the order.

(3) If, during the period for which back pay is awarded, the recipient of the award has been receiving unemployment benefits pursuant to the provisions of articles 70 to 82 of this title, the entity ordering the award shall reduce the amount of the award by the amount of benefits the person received, and the employer shall withhold that amount from the award.  The employer shall remit the amount withheld from the back pay award to the division of unemployment insurance, and the division shall credit the amount to the unemployment compensation fund.  The employer shall remit the withheld amount within ten days after the award of back pay becomes final.

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