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Category: Labor Management Issues

Minimum Wages Rising in Connecticut? Not Now, But Some Employers Are Voluntarily Increasing Wages

In Connecticut, minimum wage is currently $10.10 an hour.  However, localities across the country, including Connecticut’s neighbor New York City, have rapidly been increasing the minimum wage to $15.00 an hour. In fact, this has …

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New York State Publishes Revised Proposed Regulations on Predictive Scheduling – Are you Ready?

On December 12, 2018, the New York State Department of Labor (“NYSDOL”) published revised proposed regulations on employer scheduling practices. These proposed regulations somewhat mirror New York City’s Fair Workweek Laws which have been in …

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National Labor Relations Board Finds Video Surveillance of Workers’ Union Activity Violates NLRA

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently ruled that an employer’s video surveillance of its employees in the process of distributing Union materials and literature (and thereby breaking Company rules) was illegal under the National …

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Why President Obama Forbade Retaliation By Federal Contractors Against Employees Who Share Their Compensation Information

President Obama reiterated existing federal law when he recently acted to prevent federal contractors from retaliating against workers who share their salary information.  He issued an Executive Order which states a federal contractor “will not …

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