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CDC Updates Face Mask Guidance for Vaccinated People

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New State Law Prohibits Age-Related Job Application Questions

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Updating Connecticut Employee Handbooks for 2022

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CBIA BizCast: Developing a 'Culture of Well-Being'

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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Law Amended

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Work Satisfaction, Job Security Drive Employee Retention

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CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

Several recent legal and cultural changes could influence employer practices and policies and their expectations of employees. Reviewing and revising employee handbooks is an important compliance step, as the @RobinsonCole team explains. #HR #emplaw bit.ly/3l46Rd1

9 hours ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

None of Connecticut’s eight counties currently meet the CDC's definition of "substantial" transmission—50 weekly cases per 100,000 residents—although Hartford, New London, New Haven, Fairfield, and Middlesex counties are all trending in that direction. bit.ly/3BQx6cC

1 day ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

Since mid-May, state tax revenues have grown almost $500 million more than projected, adding an additional buffer as Connecticut's fragile economic recovery continues. #RebuildCT bit.ly/3i6KWzR

2 days ago