Update August 16th: Late yesterday, I received further confirmation that the provisions regarding FMLA were withdrawn entirely from the proposed Democrat-led budget bill. Moreover, the General Assembly early this morning voted on a Republican version of the budget implementer, which now goes on to Governor Malloy (who has indicated he will veto the bill). That
What’s New at the General Assembly? Anti-Employer Bills, Says CBIA
By Daniel Schwartz on
Posted in Legislative Developments
There’s been little press over what is going on at the Connecticut General Assembly this spring.
With no big employment law issue (other than minimum wage) dominating the headlines like Paid Sick Leave in the past, you might think that there isn’t much happening.
But as the Connecticut Business and Industry Association highlighted in a…