This is the fourth installment in our series of events examining Connecticut’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem.
Carol Kardas explores 7 ways that an employee engagement survey can make a positive impact on an organization.
Employers must still comply with an array of legal and regulatory requirements, even though employees are working remotely.
Connecticut employers must provide sexual harassment prevention training for all current employees. Cheryl Chester shares the details.
Leesa Schipani will moderate 3 of the upcoming panel discussions from CTMRG’s 2020/21 Manufacturers Workforce Summit Series.
Carol Kardas will present at the 2020 AEC Leadership Conference (virtual) on November 12th, 2020.
Jerry Kardas shares the results of some fascinating research with NASA astronauts, who may not work at home but certainly work remotely.
The Executive Order makes it mandatory for an employee who claims a medical exemption from the mandatory mask rule to provide medical certification supporting the requested exemption.
Nick Daukas shares the latest Connecticut compliance updates, including: new CT minimum wage, COVID-19 workplace impacts, and I-9 deadline.
Carol Kardas will present “Recruiting & Retention: Critical Compensation Strategies in the COVID-19 environment” at CBIA’s Virtual Wage & Hour Conference on Sept. 15th