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DOMUS Receives RFW Designation

Congratulations to DOMUS for becoming a Recovery Friendly Workplace. Domus is a Connecticut nonprofit helping nearly 900 teens and young adults achieve self-sufficiency through school engagement and workforce development services. Learn more about them at domuskids.org

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The Opioid Crisis & Connecticut’s Workforce

Updating your approach to employees suffering from addiction can preserve your greatest resource. An estimated 21.7 million adults sought substance abuse treatment in 2015, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Many of those adults were workers struggling to maintain their employment status and livelihoods as a functional part of the workforce. […]

Connecticut Legalizes Recreational Marijuana

“Connecticut has become the 19th state to legalize recreational marijuana use by adults. Gov. Ned Lamont signed the Act Concerning Responsible and Equitable Regulation of Adult-use Cannabis on June 22. Connecticut will permit individuals 21 years of age and older to possess and use recreational cannabis. Individuals cannot possess more than 1.5 ounces on their person or more than […]

Creating Workplace Marijuana Policies

“There are new waters to navigate in the state of Connecticut—legalized recreational use of marijuana and the workplace.  While the employment-related provisions of the state’s newly adopted marijuana legalization law do not take effect until July 1, 2022, employers should understand the impact on their workplaces.” Connecticut Business & Industry Association September 21, 2021