Employers need to respond swiftly when employees complain about discrimination or harassment and the response must be effective, a U.S. District appeals court has held.
One of the most important workplace safety tools that you can put to use is the reporting of near misses and correcting the factors that led to such a close encounter.
The steamroller everyone expected from President Trump and the GOP-led Congress to flatten the Affordable Care Act has been put on idle and what was a promised quick outright repeal has morphed into a plan to “repair” the law.
More employers are testing new hires in physical jobs to establish a baseline in case they ever file a workers’ comp claim down the road.
The IRS has started sending letters to some employers asking them where their Affordable Care Act returns are, according to the National Association of Health Underwriters.
Federal OSHA implemented a new rule on Jan. 17 that is aimed at reducing slip, trip and fall hazards in the workplace.