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A national study released in mid-November by Wells Fargo & Company finds that inflation is cutting into household budgets, with 25% of Americans who invest...
"We need to make it more affordable for businesses," DiPentima said.
The union representing the nursing home workers said state's proposal failed to “lift nursing home workers out of poverty and improve staffing numbers for direct care services."
“All hell is breaking loose at the hospital, and nurses have not even gone out on strike yet,” says an official at the New York State Nurses Association.
Since the beginning of the year, 85 businesses in the Mid-Hudson region have filed notices with the New York State Department of Labor indicating...
Westchester County Executive George Latimer has told the Business Journal that the county's finances, like those of other governments, were in freefall as a...
“Our systems don’t talk to each other enough, nor are we talking enough to the businesses where our students will ultimately seek employment,” Lamont said. “The status quo will no longer do." Council members include top executives at Bigelow Tea, Synchrony, and AQR Capital Management.
At issue are wages – SEIU is seeking raises of 4 percent in 2019 and another 4 percent in 2020 – and inadequate staffing ratios at nursing homes.
The department will oversee the credentials of all replacement workers and conduct unannounced daily site visits to ensure that quality standards for safety and patient care are being upheld.
Family businesses make up the fabric of the U.S. economy. From a labor and employment law perspective, family businesses face a unique set of challenges and considerations.
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