With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
BrickStreet Mutual Insurance, a state-created company in West Virginia, has alerted lawmakers that it no longer wants to cover public employees in workers' compensation cases, Forbes magazine reports.
Tennessee residents could soon receive a significant boost to their paychecks as the state legislature moves ahead with a measure to repeal the state's income tax, The Tennessean reports.
The Idaho and Washington state legislatures are currently discussing bills that will reform workers compensation rules and make it easier for workers to receive settlements.
Sacramento, California, isn't known as a sprawling metropolis like other cities in the Golden State. However, new reports show that its airport contributes a significant amount to the local economy.
The potential stripping of collective bargaining rights has already turned Wisconsin into a labor battleground, and now that energy is spilling over into neighboring Michigan.
The largest public employee union in New Jersey will meet this week with members of the state's legislature to discuss potential changes in the amount of money they pay into the state's benefits and pension plans
The Kaiser Permanente Center Health Research was recognized by the American Psychological Association as a "Psychologically Healthy Workplace,
Pharmaceutical companies seeking to deny overtime pay to outside sales representatives were overturned by a recent Supreme Court decision. The ruling mandates outside reps be covered by the federal hourly wage laws, Bloomberg reports.
A school district in western Massachusetts is seeking to recoup more than $1.2 million that was inadvertently added to payroll, WGGB-TV reports.