It had been far too long since I last caught up with Nina Pirrotti, who represents employees and whom I’ve had a continuing “Dialogue” on employment law issues for several years now. In fact, last time we spoke for the blog, it was exactly one year ago when we were full of optimism over the
A Thanksgiving Post – Looking Back and Looking Ahead
Thanksgiving evokes different emotions in people.
For some, it’s their favorite holiday. A time to get together with friends and family and celebrate all that life has to offer.
For others, it’s not as sweet. It can serve as a bitter reminder of all that has been lost in the past year, perhaps a job…
CTDOL Releases Non-Binding Guidance on New Wage Range Law
The Connecticut Department of Labor has issued non-binding “guidance” on the state’s new “wage range” law. You can access it here.
The guidance is helpful in some ways but confusing in others. Importantly, employers should take the caveats noted in the guidance seriously; as it notes, this guidance “does not constitute legal advice”. Moreover, “if…
Time for Employers to Comply with New Wage Range Law
While mandatory vaccination policies are all the rage now, there’s an important new Connecticut law that is a “must-do” for employers here and not much time left to get into compliance.
Effective October 1, 2021, employers are prohibited from failing or refusing to provide a job applicant with the “wage range” of the position for…
Under New Law, Employers Required to Disclose Wage Ranges To Applicants and More
Yesterday, Governor Lamont signed House Bill 6380 (Public Act 21-30), which adds another layer of complexity for employers engaged in hiring and also amends the state’s equal pay laws.
Here’s what employers need to know for the new law that goes into effect October 1, 2021 for wage ranges:
- First, the new law prohibits employers