As a business owner, imagine this very common scenario – A young woman with two small children in tow enters your business establishment in order to complete her last business transaction of the day. The young woman successfully completes her business transaction and hurriedly exits your establishment, passing in the doorway an elderly gentleman who is your next customer. As the elderly gentleman walks across the floor of your business, he slips and falls in a spot of clear liquid that, unbeknownst to you, spilled from the cup of one of the children.
On September 14, 2007, new regulations aimed at addressing the impact of Social Security “no-match” letters on employers are slated
As a result of the November, 2006 general election, Ohio employers must comply with the new minimum wage and record