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Monthly Archives: December 2018

Labor and Employment Law Changes Connecticut Saw in 2018 (and Some We Might See in 2019)

With strong initiatives making strides across the country like the #MeToo and Equal Pay movements, state and federal legislatures made some big changes in 2018. Connecticut was no exception. Lawmakers in Connecticut made several attempts …

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New York City May Soon Protect Employees from Sexual and Reproductive Health Decision Discrimination

New York City might soon protect people from discrimination based on their decision to receive things like fertility-related procedures, family planning services, abortion procedures or birth-control.  Pending in the Committee on Civil and Human Rights …

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“You Wrote Me Up? I’m Writing YOU Up!” CT Employers – Don’t Forget to Let Employees Submit a Written Objection to Disciplinary Actions, Evaluations and Notices of Termination

Even though the law in Connecticut has been on the books for over 5 years, we still come across employers who forget to tell their employees they have the opportunity to respond to write-ups, performance …

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2018 Compliance Recap for New York State and City Employers: This Year was a Whirlwind!

2018 brought more compliance challenges and administrative burdens to employers in New York State and New York City.  Below is a quick recap of a few of these laws to ensure you are in compliance …

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