Employees and union stewards at the Department of Correction took 69,169 hours of union leave time over the course of 2018 and 2019, costing taxpayers $2.3 million, according to a report from the Auditors of
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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
In response to a Freedom of Information request submitted by Yankee Institute, the Connecticut Judicial Department provided a list of grievances that were dropped by AFSCME Local 749 in exchange for granting the union’s president
A decision handed down by the State Board of Labor Relations in January offers details of a stipulated agreement between the Connecticut Judicial Department and AFSCME Local 749, which led to Local 749’s former president,
Former president of AFSCME Local 749, Charles Della Rocco, spent nearly an entire year on union business leave, according to time sheets obtained under a Freedom of Information request. Della Rocco served as a police
Government union officials and executives were compensated for a full day of union business leave during a three hour union convention.
Suzanne Bates wrote that it’s hard to be a conservative in Connecticut in an op-ed for the Hartford Courant, but it’s probably even harder to be a conservative government union member in Connecticut.