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Problems with Hours and Pay

Learn how to file a complaint with the state of Connecticut if an employer does not pay you for time you spent working.

This video describes your right to take time off from work under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act.

You have rights at work that protect you -- before, during and after pregnancy. Your employer cannot ask you about your plans to have children or about your pregnancy. You cannot be fired, denied a job or promotion, or be treated differently because of pregnancy. Find out about taking time offf for maternity leave in Connecticut, going back to work after giving birth, and more.

Did you work and not get paid for all your hours? This guide can tell you how to take your employer to small claims court to try to get your money.

This article talks about time off from work and the Family and Medical Leave (FMLA) in Connecticut. Learn the difference between state and federal leave laws, maternity leave in CT, employment laws and rights, and more.

Are you missing work because of a violent relationship? Your employer must let you take time if you need to go to a: doctor, counselor, domestic violence agency, court hearing, Victim Advocate, etc., or to move to be safe. Read this to learn how to ask for time off, how much you have to tell your employer, and more.

Is money being taken out of your pay because you owe a debt? A wage attachment is a court order that forces your employer to take money from your paycheck to pay the debt. Read this to learn when that can happen, how much can be taken, what you can do if you can’t afford it, and more.

This video explains your rights as a worker in Connecticut.

Connecticut wage payment laws apply to all employees. Connecticut has a number of laws that protect your right to be paid fairly.

How much must I be paid? Can my employer discipline or fire me? Can I take time off if I am sick or a family member is sick? How do I know if my employer is discriminating against me?

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Problems with Hours and Pay

Learn how to file a complaint with the state of Connecticut if an employer does not pay you for time you spent working.

This video describes your right to take time off from work under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act.

You have rights at work that protect you -- before, during and after pregnancy. Your employer cannot ask you about your plans to have children or about your pregnancy. You cannot be fired, denied a job or promotion, or be treated differently because of pregnancy. Find out about taking time offf for maternity leave in Connecticut, going back to work after giving birth, and more.

Did you work and not get paid for all your hours? This guide can tell you how to take your employer to small claims court to try to get your money.

This article talks about time off from work and the Family and Medical Leave (FMLA) in Connecticut. Learn the difference between state and federal leave laws, maternity leave in CT, employment laws and rights, and more.

Are you missing work because of a violent relationship? Your employer must let you take time if you need to go to a: doctor, counselor, domestic violence agency, court hearing, Victim Advocate, etc., or to move to be safe. Read this to learn how to ask for time off, how much you have to tell your employer, and more.

Is money being taken out of your pay because you owe a debt? A wage attachment is a court order that forces your employer to take money from your paycheck to pay the debt. Read this to learn when that can happen, how much can be taken, what you can do if you can’t afford it, and more.

This video explains your rights as a worker in Connecticut.

Connecticut wage payment laws apply to all employees. Connecticut has a number of laws that protect your right to be paid fairly.

How much must I be paid? Can my employer discipline or fire me? Can I take time off if I am sick or a family member is sick? How do I know if my employer is discriminating against me?