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Legislative Recap: Pregnancy Accommodations But No Paid FMLA

Posted in Highlight, Legislative Developments

Well, the Connecticut General Assembly ended earlier this week and, as predicted, it ended with a whimper and not a bang.  Many employment law proposals failed to receive votes, including those on minimum wage and Paid FMLA, leaving many employers (and the CBIA) breathing a bit of a sigh of relief. I’ve previously recapped most… Continue Reading

New Complaint Highlights Continuing Battle over Pay Disparity by Gender in Sports

Posted in CHRO & EEOC, Class Actions, Discrimination & Harassment, Highlight, Litigation, Wage & Hour

This morning came word that members of the U.S. National Women’s Soccer Team are filing a discrimination complaint against the U.S. Soccer Federation on the grounds that they are paid less than their male counterparts. According to press reports, “the filing, citing figures from the USSF’s 2015 financial report, says that despite the women’s team… Continue Reading

Outdated Employment Regulations Get a Second Look in Connecticut

Posted in Laws and Regulations, Wage & Hour

Welcome to the party, Connecticut. For years, I’ve highlighted outdated employment laws and regulations in Connecticut that should be written off the books.  As I’ve noted time and again (and again), it’s very easy for laws to get put on the books. But it’s very hard for them to get taken off. Now comes word that… Continue Reading