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    Zachary D. Schurin uses a "big picture" approach and creative problem solving skills to help counsel boards of education, municipalities, businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals through complex labor ...

Breaking . . . Governor Lamont’s New Executive Order # 13A Permits Municipal Leaders to Issue Emergency Orders Requiring Masking in Indoor Settings Regardless of Vaccination Status
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Executive Order 9I Exempts Travel to New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island from Affected State COVID-19 Quarantine List
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Speak No Evil: The NLRB Drops “Setting-Specific” Standards for Cases Involving Abusive Employee Speech Made in the Course of Protected Concerted Activities
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Families First Coronavirus Relief Act Notice Must Be Posted by April 1, 2020 – DOL Poster Should Be Posted at Worksites AND Emailed or Mailed to Teleworking Employees
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The Waterbury Teachers’ Interest Arbitration Award…Are We Heading Back to the “Hard Zero”?
As the Post-Janus Dust Settles….Is Direct Reimbursement Coming to Connecticut?
BREAKING….SUPREME COURT ISSUES DECISION IN JANUS V. AFSCME CO. 31 – AGENCY SHOP DEEMED UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND AGENCY FEES MAY NOT BE CONTINUALLY DEDUCTED WITHOUT AFFIRMATIVE EMPLOYEE CONSENT
AN EARLY HALLOWEEN TRICK FOR CONNECTICUT’S PUBLIC-SECTOR LABOR UNIONS: WILL JANUS V. AFSCME, CO. 31 BE THE END OF THE AGENCY SHOP?
National Labor Relations Board Continues to Limit Handbook Rules
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City of Waterbury v. Connecticut Alliance of City Police — A New Standard of Impartiality for Arbitrators in Interest Arbitrations?
Do You Comply With The New Personnel Files Statutes?
401(k) Compensation – be Audit Ready
Please Join Us At Pullman & Comley’s April 3rd “Strengthening Your Business With LGBT Diversity” Panel Discussion
Don’t You Forget About Me! Mandatory Paid Sick Leave and Expiring Collective Bargaining Agreements

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