The report says 67 percent of occupational health practitioners reported observing workers who feared losing their job or disciplinary action for reporting an injury; 46 percent said this fear led workers to underreport injuries.
Instead of an employer mandate, Stabenow tells an audience in Detroit that the Senate bill would require companies with 50 or more employees to pay a ‘fee’ to help subsidize their workers’ mandated health insurance coverage.
American International Group Inc. CEO Benmosche’s reported threat to quit last week—and subsequent pledge to continue his work at AIG—set the stage for a battle over pay curbs, while underscoring the enormous challenges AIG still faces.
Caterpillar Inc.’s announcement last week that it has reached a tentative settlement over the fees it charged its 401(k) plan participants may be bad news for plan sponsors, their advisors and mutual fund companies.
Within the past year or so, a major overhaul of the 401(k) system has seemed quite possible. But such calls have not won over the bulk of Democratic lawmakers or President Obama, a legal expert says.
President Barack Obama signs into law a Defense Department spending bill that further expands Family and Medical Leave Act coverage for families of employees in the military.
The case revolves around shareholders of Oakmark Mutual Funds suing Harris Associates, the fund sponsor, for charging excessive fees.
Rep. Earl Pomeroy urged House and Senate colleagues to pass a relief bill this year despite a legislative calendar dominated by health care. The House Education and Labor Committee approved its own measure but there is no bill in the Senate.
In a complaint filed in federal court in Connecticut, Gina Uberti alleges she was unfairly terminated for practicing Wicca, known as the largest of neopagan religions.