New Legal Developments to Connecticut Labor and Employment Laws: What You Need to Know


Two new changes to the employment landscape in Connecticut are set to take effect July 1, 2022, including expansions to the state’s minimum wage rate and limitations on disciplinary measures that may be taken with respect to employees who refuse to attend employersponsored meetings or view communications purposed to communicate an employer’s opinion on religious or political matters. Timely compliance is critical to avoid penalties or possible civil claims. Here’s what Connecticut employers need to know.

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