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CT Post - Linda Conner Lambeck - Dec. 5, 2019 BRIDGEPORT — Howard Robinson spent 38 years in prison. He’s out now and told an audience that included Gov. Ned Lamont and Mayor Joseph Ganim that all he really needs is a chance to find gainful employment. “We have to be...
HARTFORD COURANT By STEPHEN SINGER SEPT 23, 2019 Mark Kirschblum, an application developer and quality assurance tester, suddenly found himself out of work after an 18-year-run at a company that had been sold. Shortly before his job ended, his task was to transfer to...
September 12, 2019 Governor Lamont, along with state and veterans officials, are highlighting three new laws taking effect on October 1 that are designed to support Connecticut veterans. All three; Public Act 19-129 on job training programs, Public Act 19-33 expanding...
Warwick Beacon. Posted September 12, 2019. By Ethan Hartley. Whether a struggle with drug addiction creates a situation where you become unemployed long-term, or a bout of long-term unemployment causes depression leading to a substance abuse problem, experts...
National Employ Older Workers Week (NEOWW) is September 22nd to September 28th, 2019. Older workers are ready and available to meet and exceed the needs of employers. Individual studies show that many employers rate older workers high and show characteristics such as...
The Governor’s Prevention Partnership, in collaboration with The State of Connecticut Judicial Branch, Court Support Services Division (JBCSSD), seeks qualified community organizations in all juvenile court districts across Connecticut to develop, support and sustain...