Hartford’s mayor has announced the city has laid off 15 employees and eliminated another five positions as part of his budget-balancing effort.
Unionized plumbers, carpenters and other workers at Foxwoods Resort Casino say they have been told that layoffs are coming.
Employees at the Hospital of Saint Raphael have been told that about 200 employees could lose their jobs at the end of July in a planned merger with Yale-New Haven Hospital.
Rhode Island is investigating complaints that former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s video game company stopped paying its workers three weeks before it laid off its entire staff.
New London’s mayor has announced budget cuts to the city’s fire and police departments.
Waterbury Hospital is laying off 75 employees to save nearly $4.5 million.
Governor Malloy says he’s moving ahead with plans to begin laying off 56 Connecticut state police troopers.
The Connecticut State Police Union is urging Gov. Dannel P. Malloy not to follow through with plans to lay off 56 state troopers, arguing that the cuts would worsen the department’s already depleted ranks.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office has released a summary of the budget-balancing plan that he’s submitting to the General Assembly on Friday.
Unionized prison guards are warning of inmate riots and other problems inside the state’s lockups if the government goes ahead with planned budget cuts.