Connecticut officials have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a court ruling that said former Gov. John G. Rowland’s administration violated state employees’ constitutional rights when it laid off 2,800 workers based on their union membership in 2003.
About 2,100 non-union state managers and about 90 appointees in Connecticut state government will soon get a pay raise.
Governor Malloy has ordered state employees whose positions are classified as “non-essentiaL” to stay home for a second straight day on Tuesday.
Governor Malloy’s office has released the latest numbers of state employees who have been fired, or who resigned or retired in the investigation of fraudulent applications in a federal aid program following Tropical Storm Irene.
Connecticut lawmakers are taking a look at legislation to expand pharmacy options for state employees.
The number of state employees being investigated for possible fraud in applications for federal food aid after Tropical Storm Irene now stands at 34.
Governor Malloy says all state employees should report to work Monday — except in some specific cases.
Several dozen state union members and their supporters rallied outside the Wethersfield office of the Department of Labor where a closed-door hearing was held on a complaint against the ratification process for state employee concessions aimed at heading off layoffs.
Union leaders are turning to rank-and-file members to help persuade their colleagues to vote “yes” in the second vote on a labor concessions agreement.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office said Wednesday that 1,851 layoff notices have gone out, up from 1,523 last week. Few workers have actually lost their jobs.