As state legislators go forward with a hearing today on the AIG issues (you can view the hearing on CT-N, here), one of the recurring themes suggested in various newspapers articles and by state leaders is that there were lots of ways that the employer could have avoided paying these retention payments.


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For employers who are situated along the Connecticut-New York state line, keeping updated on the employment developments in both states is a challenging endeavor.  This is particularly true if the company’s sales force or business is dependent on servicing both areas.

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Connecticut employers with New York employees, should be aware of a number of recent amendments