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New York raises penalties for retaliation

November 30, 2009

The state of New York raised penalties for employers who retaliate against workers who report labor violations to the state Department of Labor. A new state law that went into effect last week raised the minimum civil penalty to $2,000 from $200 and the maximum penalty to $10,000 from $1,000, th...


Research from Staffing Industry Analysts

November 30, 2009

Here is the latest research from Staffing Industry Analysts. BRIEFING - Many states raising unemployment taxes in 2010 Staffing firms must absorb cost or pass through to buyers Some states to see significant hikes Higher unemployment tax rates may last awhile INSIGHT - 2009 Largest U.S. PEOs lis...


Blog: SUTA geniuses at work

November 30, 2009

Several states are raising unemployment taxes -- some substantially -- despite the possibility that increases in such taxes may actually lead to more or longer unemployment. Staffing Industry Analysts Director of Research and Analysis Job Osborne writes about this in The Contingent Blog. For the...


New York raises penalties for retaliation

November 30, 2009

The state of New York raised penalties for employers who retaliate against workers who report labor violations to the state Department of Labor. A new state law that went into effect last week raised the minimum civil penalty to $2,000 from $200 and the maximum penalty to $10,000 from $1,000, th...


Report: Global growth to return in 2010

November 30, 2009

Global economic growth will return to pre-crisis levels in 2010 driven largely by emerging economies, The Conference Board reported today. "Global growth will resume in 2010, with global output per head returning to pre-crisis levels," said Bart van Ark, chief economist at The Conference Board....


Blog: SUTA geniuses at work

November 30, 2009

Several states are raising unemployment taxes -- some substantially -- despite the possibility that increases in such taxes may actually lead to more or longer unemployment. Staffing Industry Analysts Director of Research and Analysis Job Osborne writes about this in The Contingent Blog. For the...


Wanted estimates U.S. lost 155,000 jobs

November 30, 2009

Wanted Technologies estimates the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics will announce a loss of 155,000 jobs in November when the agency releases U.S. nonfarm payroll numbers on Friday. Nonfarm payrolls had fallen by 190,000 in October, according to the BLS. Wanted said unemployment claims had decreas...


Report: Global growth to return in 2010

November 30, 2009

Global economic growth will return to pre-crisis levels in 2010 driven largely by emerging economies, The Conference Board reported today. "Global growth will resume in 2010, with global output per head returning to pre-crisis levels," said Bart van Ark, chief economist at The Conference Board....


Wanted estimates U.S. lost 155,000 jobs

November 30, 2009

Wanted Technologies estimates the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics will announce a loss of 155,000 jobs in November when the agency releases U.S. nonfarm payroll numbers on Friday. Nonfarm payrolls had fallen by 190,000 in October, according to the BLS. Wanted said unemployment claims had decreas...


ASA: Staffing demand rises in November

November 25, 2009

Demand for staffing rose steadily in November, according to results released Tuesday from the American Staffing Association's index measuring changes in temporary employment. The index rose to a reading of 85 in November from 83 in October. The index measures changes in the number of temporary a...