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Loudoun County, Virginia, has enacted a new policy that will extend salary hours for public safety officials and limit the amount of overtime pay they can earn, according to Leesburg Today.
City commissioners in Lawrence, Kansas, will meet to re-organize the schedules of city employees, making it more difficult for them to accumulate overtime pay, the Lawrence Journal-World reports.
Camden County, New Jersey, has never been a bastion of economic viability. Now, the county will be forced to cut payroll for nearly 25 percent of its public workforce, The Associated Press reports.
St. Lucie County, Florida, officials cut back payroll for some of the county's highest earners as a cost-saving measure, Treasure Coast News reports.
New Jersey employers are taking advantage of day laborers by failing to properly live up to payroll responsibilities, according to a new study from the Center for Social Justice at Seton Hall University.
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that businesses can be held negligent in cases where employee recruiting and hiring has compromised workplace safety and competency.
A payroll error at Yale University will cost same-sex couples thousands in tax withholdings this upcoming year, the New York Times reports.
The U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division ruled that three Army contractors must complete their obligation to compensate workers for their earned overtime pay, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Entrepreneurs in California have the opportunity to receive a small business tax credit, but so far the fund has gone underutilized, the Los Angeles Times reports.