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Lamont Says ‘Tsunami’ of Retirements Not as Bad as PredictedBy Susan Haigh | The Associated Press | June 30, 2022 | Reprints
The impact of the predicted tsunami of Connecticut state employees retiring from government service appears smaller than first feared, given an uptick in hiring and current state workers withdrawing their retirement paperwork in advance of Friday’s deadline, according to Gov. Ned Lamont and his administration.
Webster Bank Names CIOJune 13, 2022 | Reprints | Unlock Link
Stamford-based Webster Bank has named Vikram Nafde executive vice president and chief information officer.
Federal Reserve’s Rate Hikes Threaten Its Goal of Narrowing Racial GapsBy The Associated Press | April 1, 2022 | Reprints | Unlock Link
America’s hiring boom of the past year has narrowed racial disparities in unemployment. Yet the Federal Reserve’s ongoing interest rate hikes – shaping up to be the steepest in 15 years – threaten to reverse that progress.
New Haven Architects Announce 29 PromotionsBy Steve Adams | Commercial Record Staff | February 15, 2022 | Reprints | Unlock Link
New Haven architects Pickard Chilton have promoted 29 employees to senior roles amid growth of its business throughout the pandemic.
Glastonbury Architects Announce New AppointmentsBy Steve Adams | Commercial Record Staff | February 11, 2022 | Reprints | Unlock Link
Glastonbury-based architects S/L/A/M Collaborative announced three new members of its landscape architecture and planning practice.