Monthly Archives: September 2015

Be Aware of Public Employees Disciplinary Proceedings Protections: Loudermill, Weingarten and Garrity

This post is primarily for public sector employers such as state agencies, municipalities and districts.  By virtue of being employed by the government and quite likely represented by a labor union, public sector employees in Connecticut have an array of rights in disciplinary proceedings which are not necessarily available to employees of private businesses.  These…

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Payment of Accrued But Unused Vacation Pay

The Connecticut rules for payment of accrued but unused vacation pay when employment terminates are fairly simple, but a brief refresher may be helpful to employers. Connecticut General Statutes § 31-71f requires employers to provide employees with a written statement of employment policies and practices, including vacation pay.  Connecticut General Statutes § 31-76k, which is…

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