While I’m taking some time off, I’m republishing some prior posts that still have relevance today. And as the old TV slogan says, if you haven’t seen it, it’s new to you! Today, with Season 3 of Ted Lasso in full swing, I look back to the Season 1 workplace lessons from one of my
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From the Archives: The Employment Law Lessons Baseball Can Teach Us
As I continue to take some time off, with the start of baseball season, I thought I’d share this 2019 post about baseball contracts. Play ball and Go Yankees!
Employment law contracts typically are not that complex. Oh sure, they may LOOK complex but most of the time, you build them with the same building…
From the Archives: Passover and Easter
As I continue to take some time off, I thought I’d bring up this post from 2011 discussing both holidays which often overlap. Happy Passover and Easter to all who celebrate.
With Passover and Easter coming up this week, it seems timely to revisit the laws regarding religious discrimination and accommodation.
Fortunately for you (and…
From the Archives: Vacation Time
With vacation time upon us, I’m rerunning some older posts that you might’ve missed. And since we’re thinking about vacation, here was one post where I did a deeper dive into it.
It’s time to talk vacations. Notably, no Connecticut statute mandates employers provide vacation time to employees but employers are required to at least…
From the Archives: Vacations Are Necessary For Us, But Not Mandated By Law
Editor’s Note: I am taking some time away from the office. In my absence, I thought I would revisit one of my older posts talking about….vacation.
Like many of you, I long for vacations. I like to plan them out in advance and then spend the intervening weeks and months plotting and scheming.
From the Archives: Be Specific In Sending an Issue to Labor Arbitration
As I’ve done in the past when I’ve been tied up with a trial or arbitration, today will bring a “Blast from the Past” — a post that you might have missed the first time around. Indeed, because this post is from July 2008, odds are that even if you saw it, it’ll still…