Connecticut Adds 6,000 JobsThe state Labor Department today announced that Connecticut added 6,000 jobs last month.
Lawsuit Says Companies Use Facebook To Exclude Older Workers From JobsLegal experts are now questioning whether Facebook is liable for helping the defendants potentially violate the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967
CT Gains Jobs In JuneThe jobs picture in Connecticut was strong for the month of June.
Hiring Up In 9 States Including ConnecticutEmployers stepped up their hiring in nine U.S. states last month and cut jobs in two amid modest improvement in the nation's labor market.
Hartford Launches Youth Service Corps.With $2.2 million in private funding, the City of Hartford is launching a Youth Service Corps.
New Business: Auto Suppliers Expected To Usher In Hundreds Of JobsAn auto supplier is set to build a new plant in Detroit and create as many as 750 new jobs.
State Adds Jobs, Unemployment Rate UnchangedAccording to numbers released by the state Labor Department, Connecticut added about 3,500 jobs last month. The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 5.7 percent.
Malloy Withdraws Approval To Fill Some Inactive State JobsDemocratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget director is taking back earlier approval given to Connecticut state agencies to fill some vacant positions.
Connecticut Adds 1,200 Jobs In April As Jobless Rate FallsConnecticut labor officials say employers added 1,200 jobs in April 2015, the 10th monthly job gain in the past year.
DMV Inspectors Claim Racial, Age Discrimination In Promotion TestThirteen Department of Motor Vehicles inspectors have filed a lawsuit against the agency, claiming they were discriminated against in part because they are not black.
Study: Athletes Who Played High School Sports Make Better EmployeesAccording to a new study, athletes who played youth and high school sports make better employees and have better career opportunities that those who didn’t.
Slowing Job Growth Seen In Conn. This Year And '15State economists say job growth will slow in Connecticut this year and in 2015.