The rate of healthcare increases has moderated, but premium increases continue to outpace both employee earnings and inflation, according to Kaiser Family Foundation Data. Healthcare coverage remains spotty for small company employees.
Last week, the EEOC reported preliminary numbers on sexual harassment for FY 2018, indicating a 12% increase in charges versus 2017. The agency reports 41 lawsuits filed alleging sexual harassment in FY 2018.
The 2010 Citizens United decision removed many of the limitations on corporate political speech, but too much politics in the workplace may not be a great idea.
Georgia Employers' Association is pleased to welcome Chris Murphy as our new Membership Development Director.
A recent Aon Survey predicts slightly inclining payroll budgets, but reduced cash compensation for U.S. employees.
10 years after the Great Recession, there's been no real recovery in wage growth, according to a new study by global consulting firm, Korn Ferry. Clerical and lower-level employees have seen real declines in inflation adjusted wages since 2008.