I am so sorry to hear that. Although you haven't been told why you were suspended, do you have any suspicions? Generally speaking, employers in Colorado can suspend or terminate employees for any reason provided that it is not an illegal reason. Your suspicion about why you were suspended is important in determining whether your employer is doing this for a legal or illegal reason. Examples of possibly illegal reasons include you recently complaining about being sexually harassed or asking for some kind of accommodation for a disability or for time off under the Family Medical Leave Act. An employment attorney will be able to analyze your work situation and be able to provide some suggestions on how you could proceed.
I am sorry to hear you have been suspended from work. You may want to try sitting down with HR and learning why. If HR is uncooperative, you should consider consulting with a local employment attorney to learn why you have been suspended.
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