Pelletier: No Appetite For Labor ConcessionsThe leader of Connecticut's largest labor organization says she's disappointed Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is already talking about state employee labor concessions as a way to balance the state budget.
21 Prison Supervisors Off The Job After Union Rejected Concessions DealTwenty-one prison supervisors in Connecticut are now off the job, but their union says it hopes to work with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration to find a way to return the workers to their positions.
Unions Ratify ConcessionsLeaders of Connecticut's unionized state employees say rank-and-file members have voted to ratify a labor savings and concessions agreement.
State Employee Union Voting Ends Today Unionized state employees say they're optimistic that the second time will be the charm and their co-workers will ratify a labor savings and concessions agreement that will stop thousands of layoffs.
Malloy Administration Prepares For Concessions Vote ResultsGov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget director is asking Connecticut agency heads to prepare for various outcomes from the second vote by union workers on a labor savings and concessions agreement.
Fall Vo-Tech Sports Programs Get ReprieveActing Education Commissioner George Coleman says the state will go ahead with sports programs at Connecticut vocational-technical schools this fall.
AG: Yankee Institute Didn't Hack State Email SystemConnecticut's attorney general says the state email system was not improperly used, contradicting claims by public employee unions that accused a conservative think tank of interfering with the ratification of a labor savings and concessions deal.
Malloy Administration, Union Leaders Announce Tentative Concessions DealGov. Dannel P. Malloy and state employee union leaders announced late Friday night they had reached a tentative agreement on a ``clarified'' labor savings and concessions deal.
No Deal yetUnion leaders and Malloy administration to continue concessions talks
Union Leaders Vote To Amend Bylaws, Majority Could Accept ConcessionsLeaders of the Connecticut state employee unions have voted to amend their coalition's complicated bylaws in hopes of stopping thousands of layoffs and deep budget cuts.
Agency Heads Recommend Fewer Layoffs, Find Savings ElsewhereSome state commissioners are recommending fewer-than-expected layoffs in their budget-cutting plans after a labor-savings and concessions deal with labor unions has failed.
SEBAC Asks For Another Round Of Concessions Talks Leaders of the State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition are asking Governor Malloy to convene new discussions on budget concessions. In a release and letter posted on the coalition website, they ask to meet as soon as possible to try to come up with a new proposal.