America’s employers slowed their hiring in August in the face of rising interest rates, high inflation and sluggish consumer spending but still added 315,000 jobs.
Connecticut employers could soon be prevented from asking for a job applicant’s date of birth, school graduation or school attendance dates, under a bill that unanimously cleared the state Senate on Wednesday.
U.S. companies added just 67,000 jobs in November, a private survey found, barely half the gain of the previous month.
Two Connecticut banks are the faces of the American Bankers Association’s new series of videos highlighting the diverse and rewarding career opportunities available in banking today.
One of Fairfield County’s larger community banks has a new member of its leadership team.
The Credit Union League of Connecticut has tapped a state politics veteran to run the organization.