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“Times Up” Legislation Passes, but End Result Remains Unclear

Legislation that would make changes to the state’s laws on sexual harassment and discrimination passed the General Assembly.  The law would, among other things, expand the sexual harassment training requirements, increase the time to file a civil rights charge, and increase the remedies available to complainants at the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities. However, word […]

You’ve Received a CHRO Discrimination Charge – Now What?

In a given year, about 2,000 complaints of employment discrimination are filed with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO).  For some employers, the receipt of a CHRO charge is their first exposure to the legal system (other than Unemployment).  The employer has only thirty days to respond to the charge, and only ten days […]