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Overview of Connecticut's Pregnancy Discrimination Law
Overview of Connecticut's Pregnancy Discrimination Law

Under Connecticut law, employers cannot terminate or otherwise discriminate against an employee or an applicant because of pregnancy, childbirth, or a related condition. Employers are required to make reasonable accommodations for an employee, or job applicant, due to ...

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  • Overview of Connecticut's Pregnancy Discrimination Law

    Under Connecticut law, employers cannot terminate or otherwise discriminate against an employee or an applicant because of pregnancy, childbirth, or a ...

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  • $250,000 Sexual Harassment Settlement

    Our lawyers recently secured a $250,000 sexual harassment settlement. Our client was sexually harassed by a co-worker. The sexual harassment did not ...

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    Employers who want to require mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policies can only do so if they provide exemptions or accommodations to employees with ...

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  • Second Hand Workplace Harassment

    A workplace can be hostile when the harassed employee does not directly witness the harassing misconduct. The fact that the employee learns ...

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  • FMLA Retroactive Designation of Leave

    The FMLA allows for the retroactive designation of leave. This is an important feature of the FMLA as it can serve to protect the employee from being ...

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  • EEOC Guidance Allows for Mandatory COVID-19 Diagnostic Testing

    The EEOC has issued new guidance permitting employers to administer a COVID-19 test (a test to detect the presence of the COVID-19 virus) before ...

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