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Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy (file / credit: Governor's Office)

Conn. Gov. Dan Malloy Speaks Out Against Longevity Payments

On Tuesday, many non-union Connecticut state workers will be paid bonuses – just because of how long they’ve been employed.

10/10/2011

Connecticut State Capitol - Hartford, CT - File / Photo: Connecticut General Assembly and the League of Women Voters of Connecticut Education Fund, Inc.

Connecticut State Workers Approve New Concessions Deal

Leaders of Connecticut’s unionized state employees say rank-and-file members have voted to ratify a labor savings and concessions agreement.

08/18/2011

Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy (file / credit: Governor's Office)

New Deal Hopes To Avoid State Worker Layoffs In Connecticut

State employee union leaders agreed to change their rules for ratifying a labor savings and concessions agreement, reviving hopes that thousands of layoffs and deep budget cuts can be stopped.

07/19/2011

Connecticut State Capitol - Hartford, CT - File / Photo: Connecticut General Assembly and the League of Women Voters of Connecticut Education Fund, Inc.

Connecticut Unions Reviewing Vote That Sank Budget Deal

Connecticut state employee union leaders say they’re reviewing a vote that rejected a labor savings deal as they look to halt layoffs that could affect thousands of workers.

06/28/2011

Connecticut State Capitol - Hartford, CT - File / Photo: Connecticut General Assembly and the League of Women Voters of Connecticut Education Fund, Inc.

Connecticut State Workers Getting Details Of Labor Agreement That Saves Their Jobs

The tentative agreement calls for a new approach to health care, requiring workers to sign a form annually, promising to get yearly physicals and other age-appropriate tests.

05/17/2011

Gov. Dan Malloy appears at Union Station - New Haven, CT - Apr 26, 2011 (credit: Governor's Office)

Gov. Dan Malloy Sending Layoff Notices To 4,742 Connecticut State Workers

Malloy says his administration needs to begin the process of laying off thousands because a two-year, $2 billion labor savings deal has not yet been reached.

05/10/2011