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CHRO Further Extends Deadline for Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

The CHRO has further extended the deadline for Sexual Harassment Prevention Training until February 9, 2021. This provides employers with an additional five weeks to fulfill their training requirements after the CHRO previously extended the original October 1, 2020 deadline to January 1, 2021. Like the previous deadline extension, this is a blanket extension applicable to all employers and does...

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Executive Orders Extended into 2021

Effectively immediately, Governor Lamont today issued Executive Order 9L, which reissues all current unexpired executive orders – effectively extending them to February 21, 2021, unless earlier modified or terminated. Today’s Order also extends any unexpired agency or municipal orders, rules, directive, or guidance issued pursuant to any unexpired Executive Orders, unless earlier modified or...

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CHRO Grants Extensions on Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Requirements Until January 1, 2021

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the CHRO has issued an extension of the deadline for employers to provide Sexual Harassment Prevention Training until January 1, 2021. The extension comes just two weeks before the original deadline of October 1, 2020. Unlike the CHRO’s previous extension, which was limited to employees hired after October 1, 2019 and required a showing of good...

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DOL Updates FMLA Model Documents

The U.S. Department of Labor issued new model notices and forms to assist employers in complying with the Family and Medical Leave Act.  These model documents are available here. The model documents are optional for use by employers, but aid employers in obtaining and delivering all the necessary information required under the law, without making prohibited inquiries.  Therefore, use of the...

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