JaileDAs the General Assembly session heats up, several legislators are calling for passage of the so-called “Ban the Box” legislation.

Versions of this have been floated for years, but one legislator called this year’s bill the “most important bill” to come out of the legislature this year.

So, that means that employers ought to keep

The Office of Legislative Research, whom I’ve praised in several posts before (here and here), recently issued a report on the consequences of a felony conviction on employment. 

Overall, it does a good job summarizing the issues when it comes to state employment.

But later on in the publication it states the following

The EEOC yesterday released important new guidance for employers on the use of arrest and conviction records by employers under Title VII.  You can read the guidance here as well as a short question-and-answer document too. 

For employers in Connecticut, this new guidance only adds to the state-specific rules we have here in state and