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A New Jersey lawmaker is proposing a bill that will modernize the state's payroll system, The Jersey Journal reports.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has asked teachers to consider a pay freeze, which he contends will save school districts more than $400 million, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
A private insurer in New Jersey had made available lifetime payments for employee benefits, should members of the New Jersey School Boards Association Insurance Group be found eligible, the Bergen Record reports.
The Missouri Senate took steps to reform workers compensation laws on Tuesday, following a four-hour filibuster that nearly derailed the proceedings, the Southeast Missourian reports
Teachers in a number of states have received the brunt of legislative changes to payrolls and employee benefits, typically resulting in a decrease of both.
City officials in Flint, Michigan, have notified lawmakers that the city has only enough cash on hand to meet payroll through mid-April, WJRT-TV reports.
Employee recruiting hit a snag in February following a report from the U.S. Department of Labor that revealed job openings fell by 161,000.
More than 2 million public employees, their dependents and families will require approximately $240 billion dollars worth of retirement benefits and pensions in the state's 10 large union plans, according to Business Week.
It appears the battle in Wisconsin is not over despite the recently passed bill restricting collective bargaining rights to unions.