Robots May Replace Up To 800 Million Jobs By 2030, Report SaysAccording to a study by the McKinsey Global Institute, 400 to 800 million people could lose their jobs to automation or robot replacements by 2030.
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.
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.
MLB Owners, Player OK New DealBaseball owners and players have ratified the sport's new collective bargaining agreement, extending their labor peace to 26 years through 2021.
School Bus Drivers Picket In HartfordSchool bus drivers who work for DATTCO Inc. picketed outside the company's bus yard on Main Street in Hartford Friday morning, calling for better wages and benefits, among other items.
Hartford Symphony Holds First Show After Near ShutdownThe Hartford Symphony tonight performs for the first time since it nearly shut down amid contract talks with musicians.
CT Labor Department Announces LayoffsThe state department that reports on layoffs in Connecticut is itself laying off employees.
CT Labor Dept. Expecting LayoffsThe state Department of Labor is expecting to issue layoff notices to dozens of its employees as the result of cuts in federal funding.
Hartford Symphony Musicians Still Seeking New Contract
Labor and Advocates Challenge GE Over Taxes
Mohegan Sun Reaches Labor Agreements In Revere Casino EffortMohegan Sun has reached agreements with two labor groups to hire union carpenters and tradesmen should it win approval to build a casino in Revere.
Jobs Increase Pushes State Employment Down To 7.6%After little movement in Connecticut's unemployment rate for a year, November figures from the State Labor Department show a third straight month of improvement.