Ohio has still not regained the number of private-sector jobs that existed in February 2020, and the state’s labor force participation continues to trail the U.S. average, the Buckeye Institute reports.
New data show that 2022 saw a 52% increase in the number of U.S. labor strikes and related work stoppages compared to 2021, says OMA Connections Partner Fisher Phillips.
On April 19, OMA Connections Partner Calfee will present a webinar on the federal SECURE Act 2.0 to discuss the provisions impacting employers. Register here.
Meanwhile, new research shows yearly spending on HR administration increased from $155 per employee in 2021 to $194 per employee in 2022, according to EHS Today. 3/16/2023