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Majority of telecommuters work less than eight hours per day, survey reveals

September 16th, 2011

While nearly one-in-five (17 percent) Americans who telecommute at least part of the time spend one hour or less per day on work, 35 percent work eight or more hours –a major increase from a 2007 CareerBuilder study in which only 18 percent of telecommuters said they worked eight or more hours. Forty percent of [Read more...]


Legal experts write letter expressing concerns with legislation that would strip Board of key remedial power

September 15th, 2011

In advance of a vote scheduled for today, September 15, on the Protecting Jobs from Government Interference Act (H.R. 2587), a bill that would strip the NLRB of a key remedial power, opponents of the legislation are increasing pressure on Congress to vote against the measure.
Numerous legal and policy experts from universities and think tanks [Read more...]


Estimates of lost wages may be incomplete if you don’t consider unemployment trends

September 15th, 2011

Claims for lost wages and other forms of compensation are at the heart of wrongful dismissal, workplace injury, and workplace discrimination lawsuits. But the economic model designed for the estimation of damages may be incomplete if it does not adjust for unemployment trends and the probability of continued “but-for” employment, according to an economics expert.
“There [Read more...]


HELP Committee confirms Constance S. Barker for second term at EEOC

September 14th, 2011

EEOC Member Constance S. Barker is one step closer to serving a second term on the Commission, following the unanimous confirmation last week by the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) of her nomination for a second, five-year term. Barker was first nominated by former President George W. Bush in 2008 and [Read more...]


Avoidable benefits mistakes, personal sacrifices common among American workers, study shows

September 14th, 2011

As fourth-quarter open enrollment period rapidly approaches, new research shows more than three-quarters (76 percent) of American workers who make decisions about benefits coverage during open enrollment admit to making mistakes about their benefits decisions. In addition, 42 percent of workers say they have wasted money each year because of mistakes they made with their [Read more...]