Monthly Archives: May 2019

Pay for Work Performed by Non-Exempt Employees: Does “Hours Worked” Include a Few Extra Minutes?

It appears that the new regulations proposed by the U.S. Department of Labor to increase the salary threshold for exemption from the Fair Labor Standards Act overtime requirements will become effective in the foreseeable future. Currently, any employee earning a salary of more than $455 per week is eligible for classification as exempt, as long…

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Proposed Change to Sexual Harassment Law Would Impose Strict Liability on Employers

House Bill 7044, recently reported favorably out of the General Assembly’s Labor and Public Employees Committee, has not yet become law. [see our blog article from March 19, 2019: Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Begins to Speak] In fact, earlier versions of the bill introduced in past…

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