Attempts to preserve a Killingworth Boy Scout reservation offer a window into the state’s hit-or-miss pattern of open space conservation.
Gov. Ned Lamont hopes it will bolster Connecticut’s tourism sector, which saw a larger drop in employment than most other states at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Existing medical-use growers and retailers could be the first to offer recreational marijuana in the market, but several hurdles remain.
Amazon and Mohegan Sun are the latest major CT employers to expand tuition assistance benefits in a highly competitive labor market.
The Pennsylvania-based developer will now begin determining if it can actually build on the land, which is in Naugatuck and Waterbury.
The governor knows his economic record is one of the strongest cases he can make to voters. That’s a challenge for Republicans.
Small businesses and nonprofits in CT are weighing how generous they can be with health benefits against the solvency of their business.
Ned Lamont’s deal takes a distinct tack from the $220 million incentive package legislators approved for Sikorsky in 2016.
A bill aimed at bringing stability to hourly workers’ schedules stalled in the judiciary committee Monday after franchise owners pushed back.
The legislation is aimed at easing supply chain bottlenecks while boosting employment among formerly incarcerated individuals.
The bill would require employers to compensate hourly workers for scheduled shifts that get canceled with less than a week’s notice.
The former gold leaf factory at 60 Love Lane will house a number of small businesses and a branch of the Hartford Public Library.
One in four working families in CT has a child under 6. Economists have attributed much of the workforce deficit to a child care shortage.
Electric Boat, Bigelow Tea, Hartford HealthCare are among CT employers calling for boost to social safety net spending on child care.
Advocates say capable workers are being overlooked by companies that have jobs to fill — even as many raise concerns about a labor shortage.