Labor Dept. shuts down 24 nail salons from Greenwich to Hamden

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The Connecticut Labor Department Friday announced it has shut down 24 nail salons from Greenwich to Hamden after they failed statewide inspections.

 The Labor Department issued 24 stop work orders this week after visiting 39 nail salons in eight towns throughout the state to ensure businesses were in compliance with Connecticut wage laws, according to a press release. 

According to the agency's Division of Wage and Workplace Standards, nail salons in six towns were issued stop work orders for violations that included no workers’ compensation coverage, cash payments without maintaining required payroll records, and misclassifying employees as independent contractors.

The following nail salons were issued stop work orders:


T.J. Nails, 4279 Main Street

Rose Nails, DBA Ren & Jiang Brothers Inc., 4569 Main Street

Sweety Nails, 2537 Main Street

Cathy's Nail Salon, 60 Huntington Turnpike

Prisca Nails, 529 Broadbridge Road



Tiffany Nails and More, 35 Kings Highway

Meadow Spa, 391 Meadow Street

Sunshine Spa, 1551 Post Road

Oasis Spa, 222 Post Road

New Care Spa, 1700 Post Road

JY Healing Spa, 607 Kings Highway

Healing Garden, 63 Unquowa Road



QQ Nail Spa, 522 E. Putnam Avenue, Greenwich

La Bella Spa, dba Bonnie's Foot Reflexology, 522 E. Putnam Avenue, Greenwich

Rose Nail Salon, 253 E. Putnam Avenue, Cos Cob



YY Nails, 3000 Whitney Avenue

Bella Nails, 58 Skiff Street

Fancy Nails, 2315 Whitney Avenue



Peony Nails, 496 S. Broad Street



Nailopia & Spa Inc., dba Pink Nails, 115 Gulf Street

Elegant Nails & Spa LLC dba Elegant Nails, 232 Boston Post Road

Clover Nail & Spa., 1680 Boston Post Road

Milford Pinky Nails, 404 Bridgeport Avenue

Pearl Nails & Spa, 100 Lansdale Avenue


There's no word yet on when the salons will reopen. 



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