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Flood of Policy Petitions Could Mean Long Day in the Voting Booth

If political ads give you a headache, better schedule a long vacation around November 4, 2014.

Business Confidence Rebounds; No Net Change in 12 Months

The confidence level of Massachusetts employers rebounded during July leaving it ��_ right where it was a year…

Lagging Bay State Economy Raises Threat of Young Worker Exodus

The U.S. economy expanded at a 1.7 percent annual rate in the second quarter of 2013, while the…

Employers Face Growing Threat of ‘Systematic Discrimination’ Cases

Editor’s Note: The following article was written by Robert A. Fisher, Esq. and Michael L. Rosen, Esq. of…

What Does the New Tax Bill Mean to Employers?

What does the $500 million tax bill approved by the Legislature last week mean for employers?

Health Insurance Reporting Requirements Just Got a Little Easier��_

Effective immediately Massachusetts employers are no longer required to collect and retain signed employee Health Insurance Responsibility Disclosure…

AIM Urges Secretary Sebelius to Approve Health-Reform Waiver

Associated Industries of Massachusetts has formally asked U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius to approve…

Massachusetts Adds Jobs, but Unemployment Rate Rises

Massachusetts added 2,800 jobs in June but the unemployment rate increased to 7.0 percent, according to preliminary estimates…

Community College Funding to be Based upon Performance

In a significant step towards making the Massachusetts public higher education more responsive to the workforce needs of…