According to one expert, there’s a trend towards hair testing for prospective candidates. But what’s the difference?
Have the floodgates opened? A New Mexico court has ruled that medical marijuana is a legitimate workers’ compensation cost for employers, despite its federal illegality
If an employee gets injured at work in Michigan, you’re likely to pay less than a third of what you’d pay for an Illinois employee, even after accounting for industry and injury mix
A Maryland court ruled the employer of a travelling worker had to pay for injuries he sustained while off the clock, partying it up on the dance floor. Better pick hotels without clubs next time…
Some employers are protesting a workplace injury reporting system that will allow the public to view organization-specific records of safety for companies large and small
When the Occupational Health & Safety Administration examined hundreds of companies, they found about half were reporting this incorrectly: is your company among them?