With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
City workers in Columbus, Ohio, racked up huge overtime dollars in 2010, totaling more than $6 million, according to a report by WBNS-TV.
On Wednesday, Illinois residents and businesses received the unwelcome news of a significant tax hike as state government officials try to balance Illinois' deficit, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Despite the stagnating national unemployment rate, employee recruiting opportunities are still strong, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Entrepreneurs have enough on their plates and often don't have enough time to properly manage and file their payrolls.
Investigations into the broad timeclock and payroll scandal that struck New York City officials have led to the recovery of more than $26 million dollars, according to the New York Daily News.
Medical residents already scraping the bottom of the barrel to pay bills will receive no benefit from the newly-instituted payroll tax reduction, according to UPI.
Budget-tightening, hiring restrictions and other economic conditions led employers throughout New York to dole out millions in overtime pay last year, but one employee surpassed all.
Michigan residents received good news on Monday when the Center for Automotive Research announced hiring statewide is expected to result in positive gains for the first time in a decade, the Detroit Free Press reports.
Three Port Authority of New York and New Jersey officials, including one supervisor, were sentenced after they were found guilty of running an employee attendance scam, according to the Jersey Journal.