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One Week to Go Before New Privacy Rules Kick In for Companies in Connecticut (Public Act 08-167)

Posted in Laws and Regulations

Don’t say you weren’t warned. Back in June, I had a detailed post about a new state law that will require many companies to enact measures to protect Social Security numbers and other typers of "personal information".  The new law, Public Act 08-167 (called "An Act Concerning the Confidentiality of Social Security Numbers"), is just a week… Continue Reading

Protecting the Confidentiality of Social Security Numbers – New Requirements for Employers and Businesses

Posted in Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Laws and Regulations, Legislative Developments, Wage & Hour

UPDATED 12/8/08 to correct cap on penalty amount to $500,000 With all the focus this year on minimum wage, 15-year-olds in the workplace, and the like, other less-publicized bills in Connecticut still haven’t received much attention. In an earlier post, I noted that I would update readers on them when the dust settles.  One of… Continue Reading