A bill that would determine prevailing wage rates for large building and highway construction based on “dominant collective bargaining agreements” will likely be voted on by the legislature during special session. Although much attention has
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An error by the Connecticut Department of Labor resulted in the U.S. Department of Labor reporting Connecticut had a massive surge of 298,680 initial unemployment claims for the week ending May 9 – more than
It’s like a lesson in how to create a public-policy upheaval in Connecticut. One small law firm of five attorneys based in Hartford has successfully created a public-policy rift between Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration and
The U.S. Department of Labor has ruled in favor of a challenge to the election of Jody Barr as executive director of AFSCME Council 4, according to emails from AFSCME Chief of Staff Troy Raccuia.