KardasLarson has outlined 10 tips to help you navigate the holiday party season without incurring liability.
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.
Effective October 1, a new Connecticut law goes into effect where employers must make available wage range information for their positions.
Employers should immediately train management and Talent Acquisition professionals on this new Act and implement policy changes immediately.
Now that the first quarter has completed, Nick Daukas shares a number of Connecticut and Federal regulatory compliance updates and/or additions that employers need to be reminded of.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) delayed the 2019 EEO-1 Component 1 and other EEO data collection requirements due to COVID-19.
Absent from the stimulus bill was any extension of the current Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), or a replacement program.
Carol Kardas shares some things that your employees actually want and need all year long that you can think about how to start giving now.