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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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Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Has Spoken (Part Three-Even More Bills)
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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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The CT DOL’S Shared Work Program Might Reduce Labor Costs Without Permanent Layoffs
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Avenues for FMLA Enforcement
Is Predictive Scheduling Coming To Connecticut?
The Regular Rate of Pay May Not Be As Obvious As It Seems
Connecticut Supreme Court Rules Against Use of Fluctuating Workweek Method in Calculating Overtime Pay for Retail Employees
Overtime Update
What Is a Regulated Drug Test?
The Aftermath: Developments From The 2017 Regular Session of The Connecticut General Assembly Affecting The Workplace
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Has Spoken
Honesty is the Best Policy
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: February 9th Public Hearing (and wage/hour bills)
Can FMLA Leave Ever Be Used for the Flu?
An Example of the Interplay Between State and Federal FMLA
Update on the Employment Application Process and Background Checks
Coming To A Workplace Near You: “Legal” Bi-Weekly Pay, Direct Deposit and Pay Cards
The Aftermath: Developments From The 2016 Session of The Connecticut General Assembly Affecting The Workplace
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Speaks
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: February 16th Public Hearing
A Tip for Employers: Be Aware of How the Department of Labor Interprets Its Regulations
“Our Website Is Down” Does Not Suspend Compliance
Wage Hour Claims and Casuto v. Town of Greenwich: The Department of Labor Investigation Is Not The End of The Story

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