The pizza moguls of America have been on President Obama's case as of late. First Papa John's CEO declared that prices at his restaurant chain would rise under the weight of Obamacare. Then on Friday the founder of Domino's Pizza filed a lawsuit against the federal government, claiming -- like over 40 other... Read More »
In the lead-up to this election, several CEOs sent email blasts to their staff, urging them to vote for Mitt Romney or brace for a bloodbath of layoffs. But with Barack Obama now president for another four years, will these employers or others follow through on their warnings? Fox News thinks so, announcing in... Read More »
By Beecher Tuttle
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision upholding "Obamacare" will have major implications for patients, insurers and hospitals. It will also determine the future of jobs in the health-care industry.
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Back in 2008, a Houston woman, back from maternity leave, asked her boss if she could pump breast milk in the bathroom, on her breaks at work. He fired her. Last month, a judge threw out her discrimination case.
Although 45 states allow women to breast-feed infants in any public or private location, many... Read More »
It was one of the less touted regulations nestled in President Obama's Affordable Care Act. For the first time, workplaces would be required to give breastfeeding mothers a time, and place, to pump their breast milk whenever they needed it. Now the Labor Department is following through on the rule.... Read More »
She's even alleged to have shaved her own son's head in the hopes of tricking everyone.
A 36-year-old English woman appeared in court Wednesday over charges she bilked insurers out of £100,000 (roughly $150,000). Her scheme is alleged to have centered on her 9-year-old son, whom the woman reportedly... Read More »
If you've been paying any attention to the latest data on what motivates the youngest crop of job seekers, you've probably heard that they're all about job satisfaction over everything else -- that happiness even outranks salary. That seems to have changed a bit over the last few months, according to a recent... Read More »
It's obvious that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is one of the more controversial laws ever passed by Congress, with everyone and their dog weighing in. Most recently, there's info on the attitudes and concerns employers expressed about the law in "Health Care Reform 360," a new national study... Read More »