We are still “a few weeks” away from the time when Connecticut starts to relax the “Stay Safe. Stay Home” requirements. (Officially, the rules are set to expire on May 20, 2020 and Governor Lamont has indicated that some businesses will reopen then.) But, beyond the recommendations of the Reopen Connecticut Advisory Board, which
Return to Work? First, Let’s Acknowledge Our New Reality
Three months ago, on January 22, 2020, when I uploaded my first coronavirus pandemic post (and being one of the first law blogs to post about it substantively), a few people asked me why I already writing about this.
In part, it was because I had been listening to Dr. Michael Osterholm, the director…
Antibody Testing as a Return to Work Requirement? Not So Fast
Updated April 23, 2020 to reflect new EEOC guidance.
It seems clear now that we are far from the end to this pandemic. But, just as clearly, we are now reaching the end of the beginning of this pandemic.
We’ve been staying at home for several weeks and some other states are already considering loosening…
Win Some, Lose Some: Drug Testing Statutes Tricky to Navigate
Connecticut’s drug testing statutes applicable to employers have always been a bit tricky to follow. I covered the basics of these laws back in 2010 (you’ve been reading that long, right?).
For job applicants, employers must follow certain rules. Once an applicant becomes an employee, a new set of more stringent rules apply.