Lawmakers are making an effort to revive manufacturing after a half-century in decline. But they need a next-generation workforce.
Labor leaders say staffing shortages will become a pandemic unto themselves if essential workers aren’t properly compensated.
Scores of hospitals across the U.S. looking abroad to ease a shortage of nurses worsened by the pandemic.
While Connecticut’s labor market is improving, economists say the state needs to help sectors that provide steadier, higher-paying jobs.
The SBA is putting a greater focus on women business owners than ever before.
State employee unions and their allies are moving preemptively to stop Gov. Ned Lamont from accelerating the public sector’s decline.
A record number of job openings and fewer workers to fill them have left 42 states with more available jobs than people looking for work, according to a Stateline analysis of federal statistics from August, the latest available. Employers such as RF Buche, who runs a 116-year-old family chain of South Dakota fast-food restaurants and convenience stores, […]
The $30 million in excess unemployment benefits that thousands must repay to the state and federal governments likely will grow.
Connecticut’s AFL-CIO is about to get a millennial as president and a Black woman as executive vice president.
At least five state policing agencies have made a goal to have 30% of their recruits be women by 2030.
Workers laid off from a highway service plaza McDonald’s filed suit in an early test of a labor rights law.
Nonprofits who serve the developmentally disabled still don’t know all details about their state funding for this year and next.
Even before final passage, the massive federal infrastructure spending package is yielding political benefits for Gov. Ned Lamont.
The coronavirus didn’t hinder Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration from keeping a lid on hefty overtime costs.
The need for a formal affirmation underscored tensions between the conservative trades and a federation dominated by public-sector unions.