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  • It’s Official: Google is Ending FeedBurner Email. Here are Your Next Steps.
    Google has announced that Feedburner's email services will end in July 2021. Here's a guide for you to help you plan your move to a new email service as painlessly as possible.      
    - 14 Apr 21, 10:03pm -
  • 3 Ways to Earn (Even More) Money with Your Emails
    Learn how you can turn your emails into revenue streams.Growing an audience is one of the most exciting and engaging things you can do online. Through a variety of many different outlets, including email, you’re able to offer value to like-mind…
    - 16 Mar 21, 1:30pm -
  • New: Schedule Your Emails Multiple Days a Week or Month
    More hassle-free set it and forget it email campaigns at your fingertips.The beauty of automated RSS-to-email campaigns is the set it and forget it factor, knowing your email campaigns will be sent as scheduled with your new content – that was…
    - 12 Mar 21, 2:45pm -

The Employer's Lawyer

  • When Rhetoric Comes to Town
    By now, if you haven’t heard about Donald Trump’s statements on Muslims and his plan to prevent Muslims from entering the country, as well as the vehement support he is receiving from an astonishing number of people, you may be living under a roc…
    - 9 Dec 15, 7:44pm -
  • Beware the FMLA Equitable Estoppel Claim
    Imagine that your company has 40 employees, one of whom is subject to hospitalization for a medical condition and requires surgery. He is out of work for several weeks and in his absence, the company realizes that it gets along fine without him. As a…
    - 10 Nov 15, 2:23pm -
  • Don’t Bet on the Jury Verdict
    As some of those who follow me on Twitter know, I had jury duty in September. Like most people, it wasn’t something I was looking forward to (and I even tried to get out of it on the basis that no one would pick a lawyer for a jury). Well, it turn…
    - 5 Nov 15, 2:55pm -

Connecticut Employment Law Blog

  • newThree Questions with … Mediator Robert Harris
    One of the longest recurring features here has been a Q&A with various professionals that add some perspectives on what is going on in a specific area. Today, I have the fortune of publishing a Q&A with Robert Harris, who serves as Senior Vice Pres…
    - 7 hours ago, 14 Sep 21, 11:51pm -
  • newA Perspective: 18 Months Into Pandemic, Still Chasing Normalcy
    18 months. Is that a long time? Short? Everyone has marked this pandemic in their own time, but over the last few days, I realized that I hit the 18 month mark since I left work one morning not knowing when I would really be back. For me, it’s be…
    - 18 hours ago, 14 Sep 21, 12:28pm -
  • newNew Rules Coming for Employers but Don’t Call Everything a Mandate
    With the Delta variant continuing to surge throughout the country, employers have begun to seriously consider mandatory vaccination policies.  As I mentioned before, on September 9th, we presented a webinar on the topic. But shortly after our webi…
    - 2 days ago, 13 Sep 21, 1:34pm -

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  • Biden issues employer vaccine mandates - can he do that?
    Federal vaccine mandates incoming! The AP reports this as:President Joe Biden on Thursday ordered sweeping new federal vaccine requirements for as many as 100 million Americans — private-sector employees as well as health care workers and federal c…
    - 5 days ago, 10 Sep 21, 1:02pm -
  • Third Circuit defines "personal staff exception" to FLSA
    Post 2 (of 2) on Clews v. Cnty. of Schuykill. Last time, I explained that the County had not waived its affirmative defense that the employees claiming unpaid overtime fell under the "personal staff exception" to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).…
    - 13 days ago, 2 Sep 21, 11:30am -
  • Third Circuit on waiver of affirmative defenses in wage and hour claims
    In Clews v. Cnty. of Schuykill, three former deputy coroners filed claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), seeking overtime pay and alleging retaliation (firing) for complaining about not getting overtime pay. The employer argued that the e…
    - 15 days ago, 31 Aug 21, 1:04pm -