What are Connecticut’s New Sexual Harassment Requirements?

Do you live in or do business in Connecticut? If so, you’ve probably already heard of the 2019 legislation known as the Time’s Up Act. This legislation establishes new rules and requirements regarding sexual harassment training and education, which have been in effect since October 1, 2019. If you are still working out the kinks with keeping your organization in compliance with Connecticut state law, don’t worry. It’s normal to need to take some time to bring your organization up to speed with changing laws. We’re here to help—in this blog we will go over what sexual harassment looks like in the workplace as well as the changes in Connecticut state law so that you can ensure that your company remains in compliance and avoids potential scandal. The clock is ticking— the deadline to engage in sexual harassment training is October 1, 2020. Don’t wait until your time is up. Get the information you need.

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