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January 1 Brings Big Changes to CT’s Family and Medical Leave Law. Is Your Company Ready?
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US DOL Issues New Enforcement Guidance on Electronic Workplace Posters and Telemedicine under the FMLA
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Certain CT Businesses Permitted to Open May 20 with Restrictions
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New Massachusetts Non-Compete Law and its Impact on Connecticut Employers
Changes to New York State’s Sexual Harassment Laws: What Employers Need to Know
New Guidance from State and Federal Courts for Employers Who Require Arbitration of Employment Disputes
What to Include-- and What Not to Include-- in an Offer Letter
New US DOL Pilot Program Aims to Resolve FLSA Disputes More Quickly
March is Women’s History Month: A Look at 3 Laws Protecting the Rights of Women in the Workplace
Connecticut Employers Have New Notification Requirement Beginning January 29
Unpaid Disciplinary Suspensions Require a Careful Reading of Federal and State Law
Making Sure Your At-Will Employees Remain At-Will
The Law Governing Unpaid Interns, Part II: Rights Under Federal and State Nondiscrimination Laws
It’s Almost Summer! Time to Review the Law Governing Interns, Part I
Second Circuit Identifies Outer Limits of NLRA-Protected Speech
NLRB Affirms Stance on Employee Use of Company Email During Non-Work Time
EEOC: Harassment Continues to be a Serious Problem in the Workplace
Can FMLA Leave Ever Be Used for the Flu?
Recordkeeping and the New Federal Overtime Rules
Should You Allow Your Employees Time Off to Vote? Three Considerations for Connecticut Employers

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