With all the news about recent Supreme Court decisions, here are a few articles that you might of missed over the last few weeks:

Yesterday, I highlighted the Acting Executive Director’s letter defending his agency from stinging criticism by a Connecticut attorney in the Connecticut Law Tribune.   In that post, I indicated that if the CHRO was going to change its image, it needed to get its own house in order.  For employers, this is important because a fully-functioning CHRO

Since the Ledbetter decision issued by the U.S. Supreme Court last month, issues of the timeliness of employment discrimination claims have come to the forefront. An interesting decision by a CHRO Human Rights Referee recently suggests that complaints that do not specify the timeliness of certain claims may still survive a motion to dismiss. CHRO logo

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