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EMPLOYMENT LAWS IN CONNECTICUT YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD! Connecticut Employers are Prohibited from Asking Prospective Employees about Past Wage Rates

Part Three in a Five-Part Series originally published in the Fairfield County Business Journal on April 4, 2020 Since January 1, 2019, Connecticut has prohibited employers from asking prospective employees about their past wages, or …

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EMPLOYMENT LAWS IN CONNECTICUT YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD! Connecticut Employers with Three or More Employees Must Provide a Pregnant Employee with Notice of Her Rights

Part Two in a Five-Part Series originally published in the Fairfield County Business Journal on February 17, 2020  Since 2017, Connecticut law has required employers with three or more employees to provide all new employees …

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EMPLOYMENT LAWS IN CONNECTICUT YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD! You Must Tell Employees They Have the Right to Respond in Writing to Discipline, Evaluations, and Notices of Termination

Part One in a Five Part Series originally published in the Fairfield County Business Journal on December 2, 2019 For over five years, Connecticut law has required employers to let employees respond, in writing, to …

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EMPLOYMENT LAWS IN NEW YORK YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD! New York Employees Working At Least Six Hours Must Take a Lunch Break

Part Four in a Five Part Series originally posted in the Rockland County Business Journal on December 4, 2019 Most employers (hopefully) know that New York requires employers to give meal periods to employees working …

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EMPLOYMENT LAWS IN NEW YORK YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD! Employers Cannot Deduct Money from an Employee’s Pay Check Even if They Owe it to The Employer

Part Five in a Five Part Series originally posted in the Rockland County Business Journal on February 4, 2020 Did you know New York law does not permit employers to deduct from an employee’s paycheck …

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EMPLOYMENT LAWS IN NEW YORK YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD! New York Employers Must Give Employees Three Hours of Paid Leave to Vote on Election Day

Part Three in a Five Part Series originally published in the Rockland County Business Journal on November 4, 2019 New York State has long required employers to provide up to two hours of paid leave …

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EMPLOYMENT LAWS IN NEW YORK YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD! Effective January 2020 – New York Employers Cannot Ask Job Applicants About Their Past Salaries

Part Two in a Five-Part Series originally published in the Rockland County Business Journal on October 25, 2019 On July 10, 2019, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a Bill which amends New …

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