As Connecticut tries to regain its footing on the job-creation front, many small and midsize companies are hiring, as we saw at the Courant/FOX CT Top Workplaces awards event last week.
Likewise, we see progress at the Connecticut Technology Council’s Marcum Tech Top 40 awards, held Thursday night in Wallingford.
But many of the big employers, it seems, continue to struggle. We don’t know what will happen to a couple of hundred affected workers at The Hartford, which announced, as expected, the sale of its life insurance business to Prudential Financial. We know The Hartford’s CEO, Liam McGee, is doing what he can.
And now comes word that hundreds of Mohegan Sun employees are being cut, even as the casino operator expands outside the state, with some success.
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