For those of you on the job hunt in the Hamden area, there is a free workshop on Friday to get your resume job-ready.
The Connecticut Department of Labor has shut down 24 nail salons across the state Friday for workplace violations.
In response to unemployment insurance questions from federal employees affected by the federal government shutdown, the Connecticut Department of Labor (CTDOL) released guidelines Thursday intended to help federal employees with filing for unemployment benefits.
The U.S. Department of Labor announces $22 million in grants to aid opioid recovery.
Connecticut’s Department of Labor is warning there may be delays in processing new unemployment claims.
A Connecticut Department of Labor report shows the gain of 3,600 jobs, making September the 15th consecutive month of year-over-year growth.
The state Department of Labor hopes to help some of the approximately 1,500 federal employees likely affected by the federal government shutdown, and who work or live in Connecticut, to navigate the unemployment compensation process.
The first part of the year hasn’t been great for Connecticut’s job market.
It is not a great start for Connecticut’s job market this year.
The Department of Labor says it recovered more than $4.9 million in unpaid wages owed to Connecticut workers in the last fiscal year.