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Connecticut Employers Required to Disclose Wage Ranges to Employees and Job Applicants and Ensure Male and Female Employees Receive Comparable Pay for Comparable Work
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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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Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Has Spoken (Part Three-Even More Bills)
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Employees Splitting Working Time Between the Office and Home? The DOL Reminds Employers About the Rules on When Commute Time is Compensable in the New Age of Telework
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One Last 2019 Act from the Connecticut General Assembly: A December “Special Session” and the Tip Credit
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Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: February 21st Public Hearing
Employers Should be Wary of “Guidance”
What to Include-- and What Not to Include-- in an Offer Letter
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee has Spoken (Softly, but Firmly)
New US DOL Pilot Program Aims to Resolve FLSA Disputes More Quickly
WHAT DID YOU EARN IN YOUR LAST JOB?
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
New York Employers, Beware of What You Ask Your Applicants and Employees: New York City’s Salary History Inquiry Ban
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?
Tips For Documenting Employee Discipline
The Aftermath: Developments From The 2017 Regular Session of The Connecticut General Assembly Affecting The Workplace
The Law Governing Unpaid Interns, Part II: Rights Under Federal and State Nondiscrimination Laws
Dueling Time Cards: The Appellate Court Provides Guidance On Resolving Unpaid Wage Claims
It’s Almost Summer! Time to Review the Law Governing Interns, Part I
What Is the Extent of an Employer’s Liability For the Acts of an Employee?
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Has Spoken
Is Disloyalty Its Own Reward?
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Begins to Speak
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: February 9th Public Hearing (and wage/hour bills)
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: January 31st Public Hearing
Finding Ways to Sue
Some Workers Compensation Principles That Are Often Misunderstood
The Department of Labor Opines That The Fair Labor Standards Act Sets The Floor With Respect To Wage Standards For Disabled Workers
News Update: Texas Judge Enjoins Enforcement of U.S. DOL’s Overtime Rule Set to Take Effect on Dec. 1
Importance of Establishing An Employee’s Regular Rate of Pay
Supreme Court Reaffirms Workers Compensation Exclusivity
Connecticut Supreme Court Reaffirms the Right of an Employer to Determine When Commissions Are Paid
Potential New Salary Minimum for Exempt Employees
Innovative Payroll Practices May Not Be Legal
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: February 24 and 26 Public Hearings
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: January 29 Public Hearing

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