Another major strike is coming to 20 Connecticut nursing homes as 2,500 nursing home workers have voted overwhelmingly to go on strike.
Unions are holding rallies across four cities in Connecticut on Monday.
Nurses at two Rhode Island hospitals returned to work Friday after a strike even though negotiators haven’t agreed on terms for a new contract.
Stop & Shop workers across the state are getting ready for day two for the fight for their benefits.
A special panel called the “Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth” is approaching their deadline at the Capitol.
15 state labor unions representing about 45,000 state employees have overwhelmingly voted to approve billions in concessions to help bail out state government.
State labor union leaders were scheduled to meet late this afternoon to consider a big concession/cost saving plan.
Hundreds of people gathered in the streets of New Haven on Saturday, calling for good jobs. They were also there to celebrate the opening of a new community center.
A brother of the patient allegedly abused at Connecticut’s only maximum security psychiatric prison is coming forward publicly for the first time, urging legislators to continue investigating what happened at the state-run Middletown facility.
It’s a blast of Malloy-bashing from one of the state labor unions hit hard by those state employee layoffs.