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CBIA BizCast: AI Engineers' Kevin Hussain Talks Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

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State-Run Retirement Plan Employer Deadline Nears

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New State Laws Impacting Connecticut Employers

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Employers Face July 1 Deadline for FMLA Rights Notice

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HR Hotline: Time Clock Rules—When to Round Up

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Connecticut Minimum Wage Increases July 1

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CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

#Diversity, #equity, and #inclusion begins with improving access to #education and #transportation says @AI_Engineers' Kevin Hussain. “If I had a seat at the table, the first thing I am going to say is, how are we going to make this accessible?" #RebuildCT bit.ly/3OoZloT

8 hours ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

A number of Connecticut #empllaw measures take effect July 1, including the employer gag order mandate and changes to #unemployment experience rate calculations. @ShipmanGoodwin attorneys break down what employers need to know. #hr #workplace bit.ly/39YgHtM

10 hours ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

The temporary move is expected to save residents and businesses $6M in fiscal 2023. Legislation enacted last year—and signed by the governor—required agencies to levy service fees for credit, debit, or charge card payments from 7.1.22. #smallbiz #taxes bit.ly/3bnp1n9

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