But in Connecticut, there’s another case that employers ought to be thinking about now. It dates back to the first Gulf War in
Earlier this week, as I peeked up from my bed covers, I heard the lovely, comforting sound I heard when I was a kid.
“Come on Down!”
Sure, Bob Barker is no longer the host, but I didn’t care.
At that moment, when my stomach was churning and the…
The title of the post is a bit misleading because the answer to the question is, at this point, unanswerable.
In what ways do we measure success under Connecticut’s Paid Sick Leave law? The number of employees who have used it? The people who didn’t get sick as a result? The overall flu rate?
Continuing our weekly series of basic laws of the workplace, this week will focus on the injuries at the workplace.
In 2008, there were over 67,000 injuries reported at the workplace (with 34 fatalities). Thus, at some point or another, odds are that one of your employees will get injured.
While there are whole books…
Today is the final day of the General Assembly and the Paid Sick Leave proposal (S.B. 217) is expected to come before the House before the close of business. But, perhaps in a sign that it is doomed to die a procedural death, it has drawn nearly 25 proposed amendments.
Late Thursday night, the State Senate passed the Paid Sick Leave bill (S.B. 217) with various amendments including an exemption for some existing collective bargaining agreements. The vote was a close one — 20-16 — and you can find the roll call here.
The bill would make Connecticut the first state to require employers of 50…