The Connecticut State Board of Labor Relations upheld the 2019 termination of a Darien police officer over issues related to alcohol use and truthfulness, according to the decision issued on September 30 of this year.
A bill legalizing the sale of recreational marijuana in Connecticut that will likely be rushed through the General Assembly in the next two days will include union-friendly language meant to encourage the unionization of retail
Connecticut’s Senate passed a pro-union bill designed to push back against the Supreme Court’s 2018 decision in Janus v. AFSCME, but that legislation, if passed into law, could land the State of Connecticut in court.
AFSCME International has taken over the New Haven Local 884 union following the suspension of the Local’s president and treasurer because of unpaid dues and attempting to interfere with collection of those dues. According to
State school principals who work for three state agencies have become rank and file union members under a new agreement between the state of Connecticut and the Connecticut State Employees Association SEIU. The agreement covers
The Connecticut Department of Transportation released contract provisions for rehabilitation of the north-bound side of the Gold Star Memorial Bridge in New London which includes a project labor agreement guaranteeing union labor will be used
The former president of the judicial employees’ union who spent nearly a year on paid union leave time under a deal with the Judicial Department is now campaigning to become president of Connecticut Police and
One of Connecticut’s largest and most influential public sector unions took $245,951 in COVID-related tax credits meant to bolster businesses and organizations that were either forced to close during the pandemic or saw at least
Connecticut’s state employee managers have endured numerous wage freezes over the last decade due to budget deficits, which has led to managers earning less but having more responsibility than the employees they oversee, according to
The amount of money Connecticut expends on overtime payments and workers’ compensation costs is outpacing its nearest neighbors, according to a report by the Boston Consulting Group. The report, which looked for ways to make