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President Signs #MeToo Legislation Prohibiting Compelled Arbitration of Employee Sexual Misconduct Claims
U.S. Senate
CHRO Offers Extension of Deadline for Employers to Provide Sexual Harassment Training to New Employees
Business Discussion
Are You in Compliance With the Training and Notice Requirements Imposed by the Time’s Up Act?
Compliance
Schools Must Take Care to Follow Established Complaint Procedures When Investigating Student Complaints of Sexual Harassment Against Employees In Order to Avoid Potential Liability for Sex Discrimination
Has New York State Enacted a Workplace Civility Code?
The Aftermath: Developments From The 2019 Session of The Connecticut General Assembly Affecting Employers (Part One)
Connecticut’s Newly Signed Law Imposes New Sexual Harassment Training Obligations
Proposed Change to Sexual Harassment Law Would Impose Strict Liability on Employers
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Begins to Speak
They’re Back! What Should Employers Expect from the 2019 Connecticut General Assembly Session?
Changes to New York State’s Sexual Harassment Laws: What Employers Need to Know
New York State Passes New Legislation In Response To #MeToo Movement
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee has Spoken (Softly, but Firmly)
March is Women’s History Month: A Look at 3 Laws Protecting the Rights of Women in the Workplace
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: March 8th Public Hearing
Another Form of Workplace Harassment
Takeaways For Employers From The Uber, Fox News and Trump Sexual Harassment Scandals
Supervisor’s Personal Liability for Harassment
EEOC: Harassment Continues to be a Serious Problem in the Workplace
Don't Be A Cat's-Paw
City of Waterbury v. Connecticut Alliance of City Police — A New Standard of Impartiality for Arbitrators in Interest Arbitrations?
2015 Labor, Employment Law and Employee Benefits Seminar
A Strange Case of Sexual Harassment
What Is The Interactive Process?
Testing the Boundaries of the Faragher/Ellerth Defense in Sexual Harassment Cases

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