A public health plan is expected to be included in the bill, but the details of such a plan, as well as the specifics around an employer pay-or-play mandate, remain a sticking point among the various constituents that have worked with legislators to hammer out legislation.
A San Francisco-area restaurant trade association intends to file a petition next week with the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to review a 2008 federal appeals court decision upholding the legality of San Francisco’s health care spending law.
Commentary: It now seems that the Employee Free Choice Act as it originally looked will no longer rear its ugly head above the Capitol dome. Unions and their allies, however, are far from done with the battle. And so the business community has little to celebrate—and much to fear.
Many Web surfers are keenly aware of the information available from states’ online databases, and when they discover that one of their co-workers is a registered sex offender, they take action. The tricky question for the employer is, what action should it take?
Before you hire contingent workers, read about five crucial problems and their solutions.
Once you’re knee-deep in a merger, you may overlook some potential challenges. Here’s a list of reminders of what to expect and what to watch out for during a corporate marriage.
A sample policy used by a 310-employee company for exempt employees. It also includes a sample expense estimate form.
While sexual harassment of temporary workers might not be an everyday occurrence, by not addressing the issue in advance, you may have some surprises in store for you down the road.
Employers should become familiar with Islamic practices and the Islamic dress code to ensure religious accommodation for Muslim employees in the workplace.
Many of today’s most successful organizations have established some forward-thinking best practices for doing more and better work with fewer people.