Connecticut’s $15 minimum wage will rise by 69 cents on Jan. 1, the first of the state’s raises pegged to a federal index that tracks wages.
A Connecticut Business and Industry Association survey shows members are optimistic about the CT’s fiscal direction, a change from the 2010s.
The discount card is free to every resident, with no restrictions on age or income. Consumers can search for the lowest prices on any drug.
A report attributed much of CT’s lackluster economic performance to high costs of living — particularly housing and child care expenses.
A recent job fair put CT’s labor and management on the same side — recruiting workers to combat staffing shortages in the public sector.
The presentations from cannabis startups were the culmination of a 10-month, $1 million state-sponsored accelerator program.
Yale President Peter Salovey, who oversaw a doubling of the university’s endowment, said he was ready to return to teaching and research.
Labor advocates have long supported expanding overtime eligibility, but CT businesses say the change could hurt their bottom line.
Section 14(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act allows qualified employers to pay individuals with disabilities less than the minimum wage for the work they perform. Here’s what to know.
DECD grants go toward 2,300 new housing units and 300,000 square feet of commercial space — ‘bringing people to those downtowns.’
Thirty-three years after the Americans with Disabilities Act, work remains segregated, and disabled workers earn less than minimum wage.
Kiewit, the State Pier construction manager, used its authority to recommend itself for subcontracts that were worth more than $87.8 million.
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.
Gov. Ned Lamont requested a federal agriculture disaster declaration for all eight counties to help farmers across Connecticut.