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NLRB Issues Surprise Mandatory Arbitration Decision

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Federal Overtime Salary Threshold—What's the Right Level?

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CONN-OSHA Offers Free Safety Consulting Services

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Ethics and Safety Explored: What Are Your Workplace Issues?

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Home Improvement Company Owner Indicted in Worker's Death

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U.S. Labor Department Sets Construction Safety Meeting

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Fourth Quarter 2018 Economic & Credit Availability Survey

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January 2019 General Assembly Special Elections Results

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CBIA's 2019 Policy Priorities

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National Skills Coalition Work-Based Learning Academy

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Career Pathways Initiative

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2018 Survey of Northwest Connecticut Businesses

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CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

"My god, I thought, we’re going to the moon." Great piece by former @prattandwhitney engineer Tom Gilmartin on the #Apollo11 moon landing. bit.ly/2JRG4w8 #Apollo50th

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CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

Connecticut shed 1,400 jobs in June, bringing year-to-date losses to 4,600 (-0.3%). May's initially reported loss of 1,500 was revised down to 1,900 lost positions. bit.ly/2MU6sWu #cteconomy pic.twitter.com/ZNCGmSzX1r

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Debt burden now represents 39% of the state's GDP, the highest in the U.S. And @MoodysInvSvc warns the clock is running out on Connecticut's ability to continue shifting costs down the road. bit.ly/2XQdJQS #cteconomy #ctpolitics #ctbudget

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"Connecticut residents can best be described as uneasy,” says @CERCInc's Alissa DeJonge. "They’re less sure of the state’s economic prospects and whether they’ll stick around." bit.ly/2JDc6xh #cteconomy #ctpolitics

21 hours ago