Social Media: Privacy Policy / Terms of Comment


The department does not specifically collect personal information about you unless you voluntarily provide that information. However, social media sites may collect information about you. Please be sure to review their privacy policy.

Additionally, any information you voluntarily provide is considered to be creative commons.

Terms of Comment

The Colorado Department of Labor & Employment encourages its users to share their questions, comments, and concerns as they relate to the topic of discussion. We encourage our users to stay on topic to make this a useful resource to all.

We value your questions and comments; however, we request that your comments be courteous. This is a moderated site; we reserve the right to remove any comments that do not adhere to our policy. We will not accept any comments that:

  • contain profane, obscene, or indecent language;

  • threats or defamatory statements;

  • hate or offensive speech directed at disability, race, color, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, sex, religion, creed; or

  • promote or endorse services or products.

Please do not post any copyrighted or proprietary material unless permission to do so has been clearly indicated. The content that you post to the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment’s page(s) is non-exclusive, irrevocable, royalty-free to the rest of the world under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.

Generally, our operating hours are 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, which means we are unable to review and respond to your comments outside of these times. We will try to respond to any comments within two business days.

Please recognize that it is difficult to respond to direct inquiries via public tools. Since so much of our interactions are on a case-by-case basis, we can provide general answers to most inquiries, but are unable to provide direct answers that interfere with your privacy.  Therefore, we discourage you from posting any personal identifying information (e.g., email, social security number, phone number, employer name) to protect your privacy.

If you are a member of a media organization, please reserve any questions for our Office of Government, Policy & Public Relations at instead of posting questions to any social media pages.

Thank you for respecting our terms.