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New IRS Pre-Examination Retirement Plan Compliance Program 
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The Aftermath: Developments from the 2022 Session of the Connecticut General Assembly Affecting Employers
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Procrastination = Exposure; Update Your Leave Policies Now!
Time to Update
January 1 Brings Big Changes to CT’s Family and Medical Leave Law. Is Your Company Ready?
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Did You Know? The American Rescue Plan Act Includes a Mandatory COBRA Subsidy Provision that Imposes New Obligations on Employers
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A Reminder for 401(k) Plan Sponsors and Administrators: The Effective Date for the SECURE Act’s Long-Term Part-Time Eligibility Rule is Rapidly Approaching
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The Scope of the “Health Care Providers” Exclusion from the FFCRA Leave Laws
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CMS FAQ re Essential Health Coverage and the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
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New York Employers, Beware of What You Ask Your Applicants and Employees: New York City’s Salary History Inquiry Ban
Some Workers Compensation Principles That Are Often Misunderstood
“CURES ACT” Authorizes Small Employers to Reimburse Employees for Health Insurance Costs
Can a Single Employee Go On Strike Against a Non-Union Company?
Should You Allow Your Employees Time Off to Vote? Three Considerations for Connecticut Employers
Supreme Court Reaffirms Workers Compensation Exclusivity
There Are Limits to Connecticut’s Employee Free Speech Law
House Passes Small Business Healthcare Relief Act
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Speaks
Deadline Extended For ACA Information Reporting Forms
2014 Seminar Speaker Announced
2014 Labor, Employment, Employee Benefits and Immigration Law Seminar
Connecticut Law Requires Employers to Adopt Cafeteria Plans

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