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Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Has Spoken (Part Three-Even More Bills)
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New Laws Affecting Employers Go Into Effect October 1 – Are You Ready?
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Now They Are Finally Finished: Developments from the 2021 Regular and Special Sessions of The Connecticut General Assembly Affecting Employers (Updated July 22, 2021)
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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
Business Discussion
The 2020 Session of the Connecticut General Assembly: Are They Really Done and Will There Be No New Labor and Employment Legislation This Year?
General Assembly
A COVID-19 “WARN-ing” for Employers: The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act Still Applies to Certain Layoffs and Plant Closures
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Coronavirus and the Workplace: Employers Considering Taking Employees’ Temperatures at Work Should Proceed with Caution
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Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Addresses Public Employee Union Membership Issues
NLRB SAYS GOOGLE’S FIRING OF DIVERSITY MEMO AUTHOR JAMES DAMORE WAS LEGAL
How Does the Withdrawal of the DOL’s 2015 and 2016 Informal Guidance on Joint Employment and Independent Contractors by Trump’s Secretary of Labor Impact Employers?
Second Circuit Identifies Outer Limits of NLRA-Protected Speech
NLRB Affirms Stance on Employee Use of Company Email During Non-Work Time
Can You Fire The Needle-Phobic Pharmacist Who Refuses To Perform Immunizations?
Workers Comp Continues To Be Exclusive Remedy for Workplace Injuries
Can a Single Employee Go On Strike Against a Non-Union Company?
The NLRB's Challenge To Bridgewater's Confidentiality Clauses: Its Significance For Employers
City of Waterbury v. Connecticut Alliance of City Police — A New Standard of Impartiality for Arbitrators in Interest Arbitrations?
Fortunately, Sometimes Life is “Unfair”: Town of Greenwich v. Greenwich Municipal Employees Association and Reversal of an Overreaching Arbitration Decision
“May I Record A Conversation With My Employee Without His Knowledge?”
2014 Seminar Speaker Announced
2014 Labor, Employment, Employee Benefits and Immigration Law Seminar
Employers: Be aware of the NLRB when Implementing and Enforcing Social Media Policies

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