It's hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law; as there have been an unprecedented number of changes for the past few years.
Here is a quick review of last month's Top 12 stories.
According to NAPEO, there are approximately 900 PEOs serving more than 175,000 businesses with more than 3.5 million employees.
See why businesses have partnered with a PEO to solve one or more business pain points.
California's 6-year-old independent medical review program for workers compensation claims could be a solution to keeping Florida's workers compensation costs low, according to a report released by Florida TaxWatch.
Take a look at the report's findings if a similar process were to be applied in Florida.
For the vast majority of states, this was the second or third year in a row of rate decrease filings from NCCI, and carrier pricing for workers comp has also been flat or decreasing.
Read more on the factors that are driving these results.
A number of new and significant California employment laws have been added to the books and will take effect on January 1, 2019.
Check out key statutory developments that employers should take note of and adjust their policies and practices accordingly.
The most seriously injured workers may need medical care for the rest of their lives. Post-acute care at home or in a facility may be part of an overall plan to restore and maintain quality of life for injured workers who are not yet able to return to work.
Learn more about post-acute care and its role in long-duration WC claims.