Today the EEOC published updated guidance to address questions it has received from employers about vaccines in the workplace.  The guidance represents the first substantive update to the rules from the EEOC regarding the pandemic since December 2020.

Specifically, the new guidance states that employers may:

  • Require all employees physically entering the workplace to

Employer Update: The Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities has extended its deadline to May 20, 2021 for employers to complete sexual harassment prevention training for all employees, without the need to seek an extension.

Don’t wait until it’s too late – register your workforce for training today! This comprehensive, online training will protect you

Employer Update: The Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities has extended its deadline to April 19, 2021 for employers to complete sexual harassment prevention training for all employees, without the need to seek an extension.

Don’t wait until it’s too late – register your workforce for training today! This comprehensive, online training will protect you

The Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities has updated its deadline for employers to complete sexual harassment prevention training for all employees. The deadline for training has been extended to February 9, 2021 for all employees without the need to seek an extension.

Don’t wait until it’s too late – register your workforce for training

As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, the White House recently announced that “out of an abundance of caution, temperature checks are now being performed on any individuals who are in close contact with the President and Vice President.”  These checks will cover employees, visitors, and members of the press.  In a prior post,

Daniel Schwartz and Christopher Engler will present the webinar “When the CHRO and EEOC Come Calling – Strategies for Employers.”

This webinar is appropriate for all in-house counsel, executives, human resources personnel and other employees who may be involved in responding to a complaint of discrimination/harassment at the state or federal level.

Topics include:

  • How

Recently, the Legislature passed and the Governor signed two Public Acts that made significant changes to the statutes addressing sexual harassment in the workplace.  These bills are collectively known as the Time’s Up Act.  Among the significant changes made by the Act were changes that (1) expanded the training requirement from employers with 50 employees

On July 10, Henry J. Zaccardi and Ashley L. Marshall presented a complimentary webinar summarizing new laws passed in the 2019 legislative session of the Connecticut General Assembly. Among the topics discussed were changes to sexual harassment prevention training requirements, paid family medical leave, CT’s minimum wage, and new whistleblower protections. Many employers across the