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Asleep At The Wheel - Why Is The Risk Of Cyberattacks Being Ignored?


Study shows senior executives are concerned about cybersecurity, but few are addressing the problem adequately. What about your organization? Read more...


EEOC Attacks On Employer Wellness Plans Causes Confusion And Questions


The ACA encourages employers to promote wellness, but the EEOC finds some programs discriminatory. Read about the Commission's challenge to employer wellness practices. Read more...


Doctor Knows Best - Avoiding Making Medical Judgments For Pregnant Employees

Written exclusively for Chubbworks


The EEOC sues an employer for pregnancy discrimination on behalf of a terminated employee. How can you avoid pregnancy discrimination in your organization? Read more...



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Latest Numbers

Unemployment Rate

5.8% in Nov 2014

Payroll Employment

+321,000(p) in Nov 2014

Average Hourly Earnings

+$0.09(p) in Nov 2014

Employment Cost Index (ECI)

+0.7% in 3rd Qtr of 2014


+2.3%(r) in 3rd Qtr of 2014

Source: Department of Labor

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Are You Connected 24/7? Our Readers Share Their Connectivity

Are our readers connected to work 24/7? Read and find out. Read More

Supreme Court Rules On Whether Security Screening Is Compensable Time

Workers screened to prevent loss of inventory won't be paid for time spent in security screening lines. Read about the significant economic impact of the Court's ruling. Read More

Affinity Bias - Normal Human Behavior Or Discrimination?

New study shows people want to surround themselves with people who are like them. Is this just normal human behavior or a discrimination risk? Read More