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November 8th was Election Day. Who knows what impact a new Congress will have on your business; it’s too early to tell. But voters across the country … Read more about Election Results: Impact on Your Workplace and Your Business
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Small businesses consider their options in the face of rising minimum wage rates Currently, the federal minimum wage is $7.25 hour. But many states … Read more about The Minimum Wage Conundrum: What Can You Do?
There’s no easy answer to this question. In the course of Senator Sander’s presidential bid, the call for a $15 minimum wage rate was loud and clear. … Read more about Minimum Wage Increases Are Good: Fact or Fiction?
Follow @BarbaraWeltman Americans are hard workers, according to one article, with employees averaging 34.4 hours per week. This average includes … Read more about How Many Hours in Your Workweek?
That was the message from Labor Secretary Perez in a December 4 speech at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C. The U.S. Department of … Read more about Heed Minimum Wage Rules or Else
The federal government raised the minimum wage that federal contractors must pay to its workers and the Administration is pushing for a national … Read more about A Minimum Wage Increase and Small Business