Jessica Slippen on WICC 7.28.21
Connecticut And New York Law Blog
Part of a recent executive order requests the Federal Trade Commission to limit or ban non-compete agreements for employees. The basis for the request is that non-competition agreements drive down employee wages by making it more difficult for employees to pursue...
As we begin to shed the COVID-19 pandemic and many employees resist their employer’s call to return to the workplace, it is apparent that the surge in working from home will transform the American workplace.
CBS News Long-Hauler Financial Struggle
In June 2020, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont approved a new law changing the standard of proof for pay discrimination. Instead of the traditional standard of equal pay for equal work, plaintiffs in this type of case must show that they fail to receive equal pay for...
WICC with Gary Phelan
The pandemic pause in the EEOC’s collection of demographic data on the American workforce is over. By July 19, 2021, covered employers (generally 100 employees for private companies; 50, if a federal government contractor) must file reports for 2019 and 2020. The...
Requiring employees to get vaccinated remains a gray area
WICC with Bob Mitchell