With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
Massachusetts is already facing a significant budget crisis and those advocating cuts are pointing to payroll bumps among Boston firefighters and policemen as a culprit for the commonwealth's increased spending.
Wisconsin officials are pushing back against the increasing number of public employees leaving their jobs behind to protest Governor Scott Walker's plan to increase financial requirements among state workers.
Florida is facing significant deficits due to public employee benefits, but lawmakers in the panhandle are working to curb the problem.
Members of Congress are presenting plans to cut their own payroll as a gesture that lawmakers need to get serious about the deficits facing the federal government.
With spring approaching, many consumers are planning what kind of projects they will undertake in and around the home. To assist them, Home Depot announced that they will add 60,000 temporary workers to their payroll ahead of the spring season.
The cost of ensuring public employees in Massachusetts receive their long-term healthcare could bury the Bay State in a sea of debt.
A simple computing error has cost the city of McKinney, Texas, $3.5 million since 2005, the McKinney Courier-Gazette reports. A third party analysis of the city's payroll revealed that the city's firefighters were paid an additional nine hours of work
Employees of the Maine Turnpike Authority received some of the largest pay increases anywhere in the state over the last 12 years, according to a recent report from Maine Heritage Policy Center.
Administrators and educators at state universities in Illinois face steep budget cuts as the state grapples with a widening budget deficit, the Evansville Courier & Press reports