The Connecticut Green Bank paid out $148,526 in severance packages for three employees and allowed one of those employees to remain employed until reaching ten years of service and becoming vested in Connecticut’s pension system,
The now-infamous state employee suggestion box — a tool used by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to supposedly save $270 million but disappeared, never to be heard from again – may have returned in a new
UConn Health Center Chief Executive Officer Andrew Agwunobi approved salary increases for UConn employees who approved a $563,000 contract with a consulting company Agwunobi worked for, according to state auditors.
The Division of Criminal Justice has ignored a 2009 executive order by Gov. M. Jodi Rell, which limited the amount of time retired employees could be rehired by an agency, according to a new state
An audit of the Connecticut state employee retirement system released Thursday led to Republican House Leader Themis Klarides, R-Derby, to call for a hearing on the auditors’ findings. The report by the state auditors revealed
Connecticut state agencies are making payments in excess of $100,000 to departing employees in order to avoid lawsuits or to keep the employee quiet about their issues working for the state. The payments were revealed