With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
Since furloughs for California public employees began in 2008, workers have seen their total revenue continue to decline, the Sacramento Bee reports.
Idaho is rarely thought of as a center for commerce, but local lawmakers are trying to shake that belief and improve employee recruiting and hiring with the passage of a new tax credit.
Kinder Morgan, an industry leader in pipeline transportation and energy storage, has been sued by the U.S. Department of Labor
Years of borrowing from the state's employee retirement fund has left Hawaii $7.1 billion short of its current responsibilities to public workers KITV-TV reports.
Cities throughout Florida need to find a way to fund employee pensions or they will face a crushing economic shortfall that could cripple retirement benefits for thousands of workers, the Miami Herald reports.
National employment figures are churning in a positive direction, but one economist says U.S. payrolls will surge forward with 2 million new jobs in 2011.
Texting and social media applications can easily divert an employee's attention. In response, employers should fight back with a company cell phone policy, Steven I. Alder, an employment lawyer in Bergen County, New Jersey, wrote for the Bergen Record.
Chipotle restaurants employ an army of burrito makers at thousands of locations throughout the country. However, the chain now finds itself in hot water thanks to allegedly questionable employee recruiting and hiring practices.
States throughout the country have been crushed by the burden of paying out unemployment insurance from a rapidly shrinking pool of funds or taking on more debt to meet the payments.