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Gov. Lamont unveils statewide workforce development plan

“This pandemic has made this more relevant than ever," the governor said.

Amazon officially opens Danbury delivery station, offers 100-plus jobs

The 148,000-square-foot facility at 8-24 Old Sherman Turnpike receives packages from neighboring Amazon Fulfillment and Sortation Centers.

XPO Logistics creating 15,000 jobs ahead of holidays

Distribution center jobs – the largest portion of the recruitment program – represent approximately 8,000 positions across the U.S.

Suite Talk: Angela F. Williams, president and CEO of Easterseals

"I hate the word 'new-normal,'" said Williams.

Staffing and talent acquisition firm launches in Fairfield

Initially the firm will serve clients in the tri-state area.

‘Employee’ or ‘independent contractor’? DOL proposed definitions could save companies millions

The U.S. Department of Labor forecasts that, if finalized, the rule could result in net savings for employers of almost $481 million per year, most of that due to reduced litigation costs and fewer benefits payments.

Connecticut gains 20,400 jobs in August

The Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk corridor grew by 5,100 net jobs in August.

McDonald’s looking to hire 2,385 summer workers in Connecticut

All told, the Big Mac purveyor expects to hire about 260,000 employees nationwide.

Teen-related phrases at top of Indeed job searches

Searches containing the word “teen” or “teenage” were up nearly 70% compared to last year.

Google updates policy to prevent discrimination in housing, job and credit...

Google's action comes in the aftermath of a federal lawsuit aimed at Facebook's advertising policies.

Gov. Lamont launches public-private programs package to create jobs

“Work as we know it is changing,” says Garrett Moran, chair of the Governor’s Workforce Council. “We will continue to refine our online offerings in the coming months and years. The CT Back to Work initiative is a terrific start.”

Survey finds Q3 hiring trends will be relatively minimal

The education and health services sector is forecast to see the most third quarter hiring.

Stamford Rep. Simmons drafting bill to use stranded tax credits for...

An unusual plan involving repurposing stranded tax credits may address the shortfall of qualified workers for open positions in various industries around Connecticut.

Connecticut gained 100 jobs in December

CBIA's Pete Gioia called the job gains "a fairly weak number."

Data show many Hudson Valley residents depend on NYC for jobs

More than 24% of Hudson Valley residents who work, commute to their primary jobs in New York City, according to a report from Marist...