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As many federal contractors and subcontractors know, the date for covered entities to certify compliance with their annual affirmative action plan requirements using the Contractor Portal of the Office of Federal Contractor Compliance Programs (OFCCP) was June 29, 2023.  On or before that date, and each year annually, such entities must certify compliance as it

Below is an excerpt of an article co-authored with Robinson+Cole Labor and Employment Group lawyer Natale V. DiNatale and Environmental, Energy + Telecommunications Group Jon Schaefer published by the Connecticut Business and Industry Association (CBIA) on April 12, 2023.

OSHA is poised to revive a policy that would require employers to permit union officials to take

While the pandemic may be behind us, many employees in manufacturing workplaces who worked on the front lines during the last few years, may be having difficulty remaining engaged at work and satisfied with their job. Whether it is called the “employee experience,” “employee satisfaction,” or “employee engagement” – this concept generally means the amount

This week’s post was co-authored with Edward Heath and Kevin Daly.  Attorneys Heath and Daly are members of Robinson+Cole’s Manufacturing Industry Team and regularly counsel clients on trade compliance, anti-corruption compliance, and other corporate compliance issues.

On the one-year anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine, the Biden administration has announced a series of additional

In today’s world, employees spend increasingly more time at work, including in the manufacturing industry where jobs are generally not remote.  This means that employees may have close working and personal relationships with each other, such as dating and romantic relationships as well as friendships.  Such relationships, between peers, employees and supervisors, or even employees