New legislation, proposed regulations and other directives regarding the minimum wage tip credit could necessitate changes in policies and practices for employers of tipped employees in Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey and New York.
Connecticut and Oregon have become the seventh and eighth states to approve paid family and medical leave with a pair of broad measures.
Connecticut employers will soon face greatly expanded anti-sexual harassment training requirements under an amendment to state law that Gov. Ned Lamont signed.
Connecticut joins California, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and about three dozen cities, towns and counties that have, or will eventually have, a $15 minimum wage.
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