Nick Daukas shares updates as to where the Connecticut legislature is at with key bills and regulations for this current legislative session.
The Labor and Public Employees Committee passed a bill to enact a state Paid Family and Medical Leave Act.
Make sure you have posted your OSHA Summary of 2018 work-related injury and illnesses (Form 300A) in a noticeable place in your workplace.
If you haven't already asked yourself what set of factors do I use to determine if my workers are employees or independent contractors? You should!
Nick Daukas shares new employment related laws and regulations that become effective in 2019, as well as additional “Best Practices” for the new year.
Lois Krause explains how pay obligations may differ during inclement weather closures and are primarily based on the worker's (FLSA) classification.
Lois Krause offers insights into new legal changes to: the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, VETS, Medicare, and more.
Nick Daukas shares insights to help organizations prepare for Connecticut's new Pay Equity Act which becomes law in January 2019.
One employment related strategy that hasn’t changed with either the Obama or Trump administrations are workplace inspections to ensure immigration compliance by employers.
The Connecticut legislative session finished, and one significant employment related law passed – Pay Equity. Three other significant bills were considered with two making it out of committee.