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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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HR Hotline: Is Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Required for Seasonal Workers?

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Withholding for Remote Employees Working in Other States (And Other Fun Scenarios)

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Survey: Workplace Violence Impacts One-Third of Small Businesses

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EEOC Extends Data Collection Filing Deadline

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Modified Mask Policies: Connecticut Department of Public Health Guidance

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CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

The governor also announced the launch of the state’s first regional #workforce development partnership, a public-private collaboration designed to create career training pathways aligned to industry needs. #RebuildCT bit.ly/2WeaYZL

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The @CTWBDC Equity Match Grant Program provides grants between $2,500 and $10,000 for clearly defined growth-based projects. The program's open to Connecticut companies with at least 51% female ownership that have been in business for two or more years. bit.ly/3hUhrkC

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