With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
Finding qualified people to hire can be a struggle, even in a bad economy. However, certain things will hold true no matter the economic climate.
According to the Charleston Post and Courier, a payroll processing mistake has resulted in at least 90 teachers in South Carolina's Charleston County School District being overpaid by an estimated total of $100,000 since August 2010.
A state examination of the Department of Public Works (DPW) in Mechanicville, New York, recently revealed that the department's timeclock had been out of order for several years, according to the Times Union.
Recently, Qqest announced the release of the TimeForce II mobile application, which is designed to improve time and attendance monitoring of employees who work remotely.
The city council in Green Bay, Wisconsin, reached an agreement with public employees to extend their current benefits package, the Green Bay Press Gazette reports.
Springfield, Massachusetts' superintendent of schools Dr. Alan J. Ingram has announced that disciplinary action was taken against those responsible for an erroneous payroll increase for teachers, MassLive reports.
The International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) have filed suit in Alabama to challenge the recently passed state law regarding the deduction of union dues from government workers' paychecks.
On March 25, the Florida State House voted 73-40 to prohibit union dues from being automatically deducted from the paychecks of all government workers.
As public employees throughout the country watch their state governments attempt to pare down their benefits policies, a new study from Employee Benefits Research Institute reveals just how much a person may need to retire comfortably.