According to a new report, U.S. employers are budgeting an average increase of 4% in 2024 — down from the actual increase of 4.4% in 2023.
Bricker Graydon, the OMA’s general counsel, has published this insight on the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision clarifying how employers should consider employee requests to accommodate religious practices.
Health care consulting conglomerates are engaging in secret kickback deals with pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), adding major costs for employers, according to this report.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s proposed rule to update overtime regulations is awaiting White House review, reports say.
A survey conducted by recruitment agency Robert Walters Group shows stability concerns, managerial pressure, lack of pay increases, and heavier workloads are the most frequently cited sources of workplace stress.
Finally, a group of 13 GOP attorneys general have warned the largest U.S. companies against maintaining “race-based quotas or preferences” in employment decisions after the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling banning race-conscious college admissions. Here is the AGs’ letter. 7/20/2023