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Yesterday, I highlighted the Acting Executive Director’s letter defending his agency from stinging criticism by a Connecticut attorney in the Connecticut Law Tribune.   In that post, I indicated that if the CHRO was going to change its image, it needed to get its own house in order.  For employers, this is important because a fully-functioning CHRO

Yesterday, I noted that Norwalk Community College had been sanctioned over the summer  in a federal district court case for its apparent failure to preserve electronic data.  I’ve always believed that these types of compliance issues — if they exist — do not exist in a vacuum. Indeed, companies that have trouble keeping track of