Malloy Administration Warns Of LayoffsThe Malloy administration warned of nearly 1,100 state worker layoffs next month if the administration and state employee unions fail to reach an agreement on concessions to help ease red ink in the state budget.
Court: No $94M Stock Windfall For Connecticut State WorkersConnecticut state workers and retirees will not get part of a $94 million stock windfall received by the state in 2001 and then used to help fill a budget gap.
Nonessential State Employees Told To Stay Home ThursdayThis applies to first and second shift workers
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.
More State Employee LayoffsMore job eliminations are anticipated
State Employee Layoff Number IncreasesDepartment of Social Services workers the latest to receive pink slips
Connecticut Comptroller Receives 360 Retirement ApplicationsSeveral hundred Connecticut state employees are applying to retire as a "substantial" number of layoffs loom.
Malloy: State Layoff Notices Expected In About 2 WeeksGov. Dannel P. Malloy says he expects layoff notices to Connecticut state employees to start being issued in about two weeks.
Malloy: No Early Retirement Incentive To Close DeficitGov. Dannel P. Malloy says state employees who are thinking about retiring from state service should do it now because they won't be offered any incentive programs.
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.
State Unions Launch TV Ads To Address Job Cut ThreatOne of the largest state employee unions is launching a television ad campaign to address the threat of more than 1,000 job cuts amid Connecticut's budget shortfall.
Unions Concerned State Workers Targeted In Budget PlanAs Connecticut continues to grapple with budget challenges, state employees again find themselves in the sights of legislators and the governor as they try to save money.