With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
Child care providers in Michigan will have more money in their pocket, thanks to a new measure that will eliminate union deductions from providers who work in private homes
Union leaders in Maine are ready to square off with Governor Paul LePage and the state's Appropriations Committee in a battle over retirement benefits.
Ohio lawmakers are continuing to search for ways to decrease the state's deficit. In the meantime, the state continues to cut its government payroll to help mitigate costs, the Columbus Dispatch reports.
California is one of the state's hit hardest by the downturn in the economy, but recent figures show that small businesses are making gains.
Many employees worry about a loss of benefits, but a new survey from Prudential shows that workers are mixed when it comes to understanding their employee benefits.
Public unions in a number of states are under fire from governors weighing the option of slashing their collective bargaining rights.
The federal government's decision to reduce the payroll tax on companies has led to increased consumer spending, according to MarketWatch. The 2 percent cut in the payroll tax led to a 1 percent rise in personal income at an annualized rate.
While New Jersey Governor Chris Christie formulates a new budget, the state's pension system may be shocked by the retirement of more than 20,000 public employees in 2010, according to the Cumberland County News.
The federal tax deadline is rapidly approaching and small businesses owners are already compiling their payroll information. However, one detail entrepreneurs should be very cognisant of is how they classify their employees.