What employers should pay attention to, now and in the future, in immigration, overtime pay, health care, family leave and pay equity regulations.
Factories increased payrolls by 11,000 in March after a rise of 26,000 the month before, compared with a survey released earlier this week that showed manufacturing employment surged in March at the strongest pace since June 2011.
To protest a planned pension-scheme change, BMW employees will stage the first of eight day-long stoppages on April 19.
The new guidelines require proof the jobs are complicated and require more advanced knowledge and experience.
Illinois Tool Works and Triumph Croup are just two of numerous manufacturers heading south, and this renewed exodus shows how difficult it could be for Donald Trump to turn the macroeconomic tide just by jawboning alone.
Even one additional robot can cut wages ... Plus, summaries of other new reports on non-employment a neutral interest rate.
The Senate voted 50-48, along party lines, to eliminate the OSHA rule, which requires employers with more than 10 workers to keep ongoing records of safety incidents for five years after they occur.
Alexander Acosta said that the new rule, currently blocked in court, "creates what I’ll call a stress on the system.”
According to a new survey from software company Atlassian, 94% of American tech workers give their industry a passing grade on diversity, with 60% saying their company is at least making an effort.
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