Employer Alert! There are two recent and important changes to the I-9 process for employers.
By July 1st, the proposed regulations state that Connecticut employers must distribute a Notice of Employee Rights to their employees, notifying them of Connecticut FMLA and Connecticut Paid Leave.
A new Connecticut law was established to assist the estimated 600,000 Connecticut residents that do not have access to a retirement savings plan through their employer.
Answers to questions our clients are asking to comply with the new Connecticut Paid Leave Act and Connecticut FMLA, starting January 1, 2022.
Andy Thiede and Nick Daukas offer HR professionals and employers considerations to keep in mind as they begin to bring employees back to work.
If you are an essential employer consider these tips from Andy Thiede to address business continuity and the emotional and physical health of your workforce.
Is an employee eligible for leave? Which type of leave – federal leave or state leave? Is the leave paid or unpaid? How many days or weeks can they take?
KardasLarson’s Andy Thiede contributes to an article with insights to help you identify signs that your boss isn’t happy with you.
Time-off requests tend to come in batches, especially right around a holiday. Andy Thiede offers tips to help you prioritize the requests.
Andy Thiede explores a few scenarios to offer insights into what it really means to be “confiding in HR”.