With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
A military base in Upstate New York is responsible for the economic well being of the region, according to the Watertown Daily Times.
It appears no state is immune to the union turmoil that began in Wisconsin and has since spread to many parts of the country.
Union members in Florida are expressing outrage at a member of the state House of Representatives for what they claim are contradictory statements, following the introduction of a bill that would limit union payroll processing.
Members of the Kansas House of Representatives and Senate are engaging in a debate that could significantly improve the financial value of workers' compensation benefits
An Alabama high court ruled on Friday that Alabama lawmakers could not prevent teachers in the state from paying dues into their association, the Huntsville Times reports.
Officials in Gwinnett, Georgia, have agreed to move ahead with a complete audit of the city's payroll and employee benefits policies, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
A greater number of California residents believe the employee benefits packages for public workers are too high, according to a recent survey by the University of California-Berkeley.
Following up on one of his campaign pledges, Florida Governor Rick Scott announced a new website that will post the salaries and pension packages of all state employees.
In February, San Francisco lawmakers introduced a bill that would create a payroll tax exemption zone in two areas of the city.