Last week, I covered some of the basics to think about as the coronavirus continues to spread.  Jon Hyman has a post today about whether the ADA might apply to the situation.

But in Connecticut, there’s another case that employers ought to be thinking about now.  It dates back to the first Gulf War in

Two new sets of statistics released this month by the Connecticut Department of Labor shed some light into the workplaces in Connecticut.

First and foremost, the number of deaths in the workplace last year remained the same as in 2006 — 38.  While any death is tragic, the rate is far below the national average.