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Oh, Sandy! Storm Brings Headaches, Hassles & Heartburn

Posted in Human Resources (HR) Compliance

It’s Sunday evening here in Connecticut.  If the forecast goes according to plan, I may not have power tomorrow to write about the storm. Governor Malloy announced this evening that all non-essential state workers are not to report to work on Monday. But those who listened to his news conference know he went beyond that…. Continue Reading

Hybrid Wage-and-Hour Class Actions Blessed by Second Circuit

Posted in Class Actions, Litigation, Wage & Hour

Ok, bear with me for a second. If your employees want to bring a class action against your company claiming that they should’ve been paid overtime, there are typically two ways to do so: Bring a claim under state law, or bring a claim under federal law (Fair Labor Standards Act). There’s a big difference:… Continue Reading

Conn. Supreme Court Rejects Hybrid Duty of Fair Representation Claim Without Exhaustion of Administrative Remedy

Posted in Litigation

The Connecticut Supreme Court, in a decision to be officially released next week, has ruled that a municipal employee’s hybrid duty of fair representation claim against his or her union and the employer , must be brought to the State Board of Labor Relations first, and not directly to Superior Court. The case, Piteau v…. Continue Reading