After Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signs the bill it will mean prospective employees will not be required to disclose any prior criminal convictions until an employer has made a conditional offer of employment.
Until further notice, all employers should continue to use the current I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form that has a March 31, 2016 expiration date on it.
This year there is a new HR concern on the horizon which we believe will have an even bigger impact on your bottom line than ACA! FLSA Changes.
The U.S. Department of Labor released an update about the proposed regulations for the FLSA rules regarding Exempt/Non-Exempt Status of Overtime Pay.
The OSHA 300A form must be posted in workplace common areas for employees to see by February 1, 2016.
The IRS announced extended due dates for the Affordable Care Act reporting required of employers with 50 or more FTE's extensions are only for 2015!
According to the CT Law Tribune, the U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit has reaffirmed that employers cannot terminate workers for critical comments made on social media, as long as the comments involve a discussion of working conditions.
The USDOL just released their new guidance on FLSA regulations in regards to Employee/Contractor designation.
The recent US Supreme Court's decision about legalizing gay marriage in all States, created a new dilemma for many companies in the states where this is not the current law.
The Supreme Court sided with the EEOC in the religious discrimination suit brought against Abercrombie & Fitch by the EEOC.