Lamont Inks New Employment Legislation Backed By Unions
Connecticut point out Capitol Credit: Christine Stuart / CTNewsJunkie

In a victory for state labor unions, Gov. Ned Lamont dismissed a lobbying effort and hard work by small business corporations and signed a monthly bill Tuesday prohibiting companies from holding “captive audience” conferences to most likely discourage employees from unionizing.

Lamont signed the invoice devoid of fanfare Tuesday, creating Connecticut only the 2nd state immediately after Oregon with a captive viewers legislation currently on the books. Commencing July 1, the coverage will prevent employers from necessitating employees to keep on being at meetings where they impart political or spiritual sights. 

Passage of the monthly bill has extended been a priority for Connecticut’s labor unions who say staff trying to arrange generally confront required meetings in which their businesses try to dissuade them from unionizing.