Workers cost private employers an average of $27.88 per hour worked in total compensation. How much of that goes toward benefits?
Compensation & Payroll
It appeared as though the White House and Republican leaders in Congress had made a deal. But House Democrats voted Thursday against considering a tax package President Obama had negotiated with Republicans.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce sees healthcare reform as a deeply flawed law, and it’s going to do its part to see that it gets changed.
Can a class-action lawsuit contain as many as 1.5 million employees? That’s a question the Supreme Court will soon answer.
Here’s some great news: If the Department of Labor’s too overloaded to handle your employee’s FLSA or FMLA complaint, a new federal program will help that worker get in touch with a lawyer who can pursue the matter.
Got employees who hope to retire around age 65? If so, it looks like they’ll need to find a way to sock more money away.
If you’re working for a small business, pat yourself on the back. You’re leading the pack in the effort to get people back to work.
Of workers age 50 and over currently receiving employer-sponsored health benefits, 52% think health reform will make their situation “worse off.” Meanwhile, fewer younger workers share their concerns, found a new survey.
The nation’s largest workers’ comp insurer says it’s tracking an odd trend this recession – and as a result, employers are likely to see their comp premiums increase.