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Labor Shortage, Omicron Impact First Quarter GDP Growth

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JPMorgan Chase Dedicates Resources to Closing Equity Gaps

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State's Personal Income Grew 5.4% in First Quarter

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CBIA BizCast: Avelo Air Fights Inflation in the Skies 

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State's Slow Jobs Recovery Continues

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Webster Bank Makes $6.5B Community Support Commitment

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CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

.@MandT_Bank is partnering with the @UBridgeport Innovation Center. The lab is a seven-week program aimed at providing participants with guidance and skills they need to successfully grow their businesses. hartfordbusiness.com/article/mt-ban… #rebuildCT #entrepreneurship

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Connecticut workers submitted more than 44,000 #paidleave applications since December, with @CTPaidLeave approving 19,700 of the 32,700 claims (60%) acted on to date. The average weekly benefit was $562, with leave averaging 6.8 weeks. #FMLA #emplaw #HR bit.ly/3ODIuPb

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The former head of the special litigation unit for the Connecticut attorney general’s office succeeds Denise Merrill, who stepped down this week to care for her husband. He will oversee this November's general elections, when his successor will be elected. ctmirror.org/2022/06/30/mar…

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#CTeconomy shrank 1.4% in the first quarter of the year, driven by declines in nondurable goods #manufacturing, #finance and #insurance, wholesale and retail trade, and #transportation. New England GDP declined 0.2%, US output shrank 1.6%. #RebuildCT bit.ly/3QWZO3f pic.twitter.com/LJBsKwDcOt

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Administration officials say over 6,000 state employees were hired this fiscal year, 1,000 more than the recent average, offsetting an expected 4,400 retirements. More than 10,000 are eligible to retire by July 1, when new pension benefits take effect. bit.ly/3bxCJDX

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