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Monthly Archives: September 2017

“So, how much did you make at your last job?” Don’t Ask or Risk Violating the Equal Pay Act

In 2017, 25 states and the District of Columbia are considering legislation that would prohibit employers from asking job candidates about past salaries.  The belief is that by setting employees’ salaries based on what they …

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Connecticut Employers Must Provide New Notice Regarding Pregnant Workers

On October 1, 2017, the Act Concerning Pregnant Women in the Workplace takes effect in Connecticut.  The Act expanded the definition of pregnancy to include lactation, redefines reasonable accommodations for pregnant workers, and grants many …

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New York City’s Ban on Salary Inquiries Takes Effect October 31, 2017; Violations Could Cost Employers Big Bucks

On October 31, 2017, employers in New York City will no longer be able to inquire as to an applicant’s salary history.  The New York City Human Rights Law, as amended, makes it an unlawful …

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Trump, the New Obama? How The New Administration’s Policies May Continue Regulatory Enforcement Against Business After All

Ever since Donald Trump was elected President, businesses throughout the United States have expected a lessening of the pervasive regulatory regime in place under the Obama Administration.  This expectation has come as a result of …

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