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A Critical Warning to Federal Contractors and Subcontractors with Unvaccinated Employees: Time is Running Out to Comply with President Biden’s Vaccination Mandate
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Ready or Not: What Employers Need to Know About the Biden Administration’s Upcoming Vaccination and Testing Requirements
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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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President Biden Issues Executive Order Addressing Sexism and Structural Racism, and Rescinding the Trump Administration’s Diversity Training Restrictions
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California Judge Halts President Trump’s Workplace Diversity Training Order
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President Trump’s Ban on “Anti-American” Diversity Training Faces Two Legal Challenges
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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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Executive Order Puts Federal Contractors and Grant Recipients on Notice: End "Divisive" Diversity Training or Risk Being Barred from Doing Business with the Federal Government
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Putting Employers Back in the Driver’s Seat? How the Governor’s Latest Executive Order May Restore Connecticut Employers’ Ability to Manage Out-of-State Employee Travel
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No Longer Taken at Face Value: Executive Order 7NNN and the New Requirement for Medical Documentation from Non-Mask Wearers (and What It Means to Connecticut’s Employers)
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Quirky Quarantine Quandary: The New Changes to Connecticut’s Travel Advisory That May Leave Employers with More Questions Than Answers
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Pandemic Pandemonium (Summer Vacation Edition): How the Governor’s Latest Executive Order Complicates FFCRA Leave for Employers
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Workers Already in U.S. Are Exempt from Suspension of New Work Visas
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Returning the Reluctant Employee to Work: How the Governor’s Latest Executive Order May Allow Employees Who Refuse to Return to Work to Collect Unemployment Benefits
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DECD's Safe Workplace Rules Regarding "Face-Coverings" and Executive Order 7BB
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Governor Lamont’s Executive Order Requiring Face Coverings: Its Impact Upon Employers
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DECD Guidance on Connecticut Governor's Executive Order 7H
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Connecticut DECD Issues Guidance on Businesses Considered “Essential” for Purposes of Governor’s Executive Order
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EEOC Clarifies That Employers May Temperature-Test Employees During COVID-19 Pandemic
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Initial Guidance on the Governor’s Executive Order on the Closure of “Non-Essential Businesses”
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Government Releases New Overtime Exemption Rule
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New Noncompete Restrictions Pass Connecticut General Assembly
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The Aftermath: Developments From The 2015 Session of The Connecticut General Assembly Affecting The Workplace
Developments in Pregnancy Discrimination Law: UPS, EEOC, and I
Avoid Being the Test Case for Gender Identity Discrimination

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