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.
A recent survey was conducted by XPertHR that revealed some interesting outcomes that KL would like to share with our clients.
CHRO has updated the sexual harassment training requirements of all employers to be postponed again to April 19, 2021.
Nick Daukas shares what employers need to know and the actions they need to take around the new Connecticut Paid Leave law.
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.
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.