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The slippery slope of workplace harassment begins with defining it

A vendor that regularly visits your company can’t seem to ever leave the premises without first telling a few off-color jokes. A handful of office regulars generally seem to find his puns humorous and a welcome respite to workplace routine. Others are often offended.

Is the #MeToo movement casting ripples in American workplaces?

A reasoned response to whether the high-profile #MeToo campaign focused upon sexual harassment is having consequences for workplaces in Connecticut and across the country must surely conclude with a resounding “yes.” The movement spawned in the wake of the notorious case details surrounding former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has unquestionably put on-the-job sexual misconduct under a spotlight and engendered a healthy national debate.

SCOTUS’ new term to spotlight employment, arbitration cases

It is a truism that cases on the United States Supreme Court docket – all matters that come to the court’s purview – are flatly significant and with the potential to affect vast numbers of Americans in fundamental ways. It will certainly be business as usual for the court during its current term.

Port Authority Announces $19 Minimum Wage for Airport Workers by 2023

On September 27, 2018, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey ("Port Authority") announced a board-approved plan to increase the minimum wage of workers at John F. Kennedy International ("JFK") and LaGuardia airports in New York and Newark Liberty International Airport ("Newark") in New Jersey to $19 per hour by the year 2023.

OSHA to Hold Public Forum Regarding Whistleblowing

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will continue its series of open meetings in which members of the public can provide comments, express concerns and recommend suggestions regarding whistleblower issues. Specifically, OSHA wishes to solicit public opinion on whistleblower regulations in the finance industry within the administration’s jurisdiction.