Thirty-three years after the Americans with Disabilities Act, work remains segregated, and disabled workers earn less than minimum wage.
Amid CT’s housing shortage, one employer found a quicker way to remedy the problem: purchasing property and housing its staff for free.
For Connecticut EV enthusiasts, picking up a Tesla meant driving across state lines — but soon, they will be able to buy one at Mohegan Sun.
Erica E. Phillips writes about the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes’ effect on CT and asks: Are companies responsible for harm their products cause?
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy introduced the Workforce Mobility Act, which would prohibit non-compete agreements. Health care providers say that would be good for their patients.
Hartford announced a career navigation program to help young people find jobs and to train young workers for thousands of unfilled CT jobs.
Erica E. Phillips writes about how the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision blocking Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan affects CT.
With emergency funding running out and the CT kindergarten age rising, child care providers say their capacity will be strained even further.
The final budget deal included $5 million for youth internships — the same as last year, but half the amount many programs expected.
Connecticut politicians have Lowell Weicker stories, whether they were his contemporaries or younger. Here are some of their memories.
Erica E. Phillips writes about leisure and hospitality in CT as the state’s arts and culture sector gears up for the summer season.
Erica E. Phillips writes about CT’s limited housing stock and strained labor force, and wraps up the 2023 legislative session.
Proposed relief for survivors of domestic and financial abuse fell through over details in legal language during legislature’s final hours.
The bill lawmakers approved is aimed at improving transparency for CT small businesses that seek financing from certain alternative lenders.
A bill to allow CT trade associations to offer group insurance plans failed to gather enough support. Many patient advocacy groups opposed it.