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Employers Disappointed with Stand-Alone Minimum Wage Bill

The minimum-wage increase steaming toward approval in the Massachusetts Senate this week is disappointing for many reasons.

Employers Face Deadline on Chemical Standards Training

Editor’s Note – Wendy Rosati is Consultant, Injury Prevention & Worksite Wellness, for A.I.M. Mutual Insurance Company in…

Warren Enlists Employers to Push Solution to DC Stalemate

Massachusetts is Number One in Education. Is That Enough?

Ask any Massachusetts employer about the challenges facing his or her business and you are bound to hear…

Employers: Make a List, Check it Twice for Holidays

Ho, ho, ho, it’s that time of year again and employers throughout Massachusetts are wondering how to survive…

Government Gridlock Sends Confidence Plummeting

The federal government shutdown and potential default on the national debt sent confidence plummeting among Massachusetts employers last…

New Rules Allow Workers to Carry Over Unused Flexible Spending Money

The federal government unveiled a policy change today that is expected to provide a significant incentive for employees…

Connector Seeks Repeal of Section 125 Requirement

The Massachusetts Health Connector announced Monday that it plans to file legislation to repeal several key requirements of…

An Open Letter to President Obama: Don’t Punish Health Pioneers

Editor’s note – Richard C. Lord, President and Chief Executive Officer of Associated Industries of Massachusetts, sent the…