NATSO and the NATSO Foundation provide solutions to truckstop and travel plaza challenges by providing education uniquely tailored to the industry including a number of resources on human resources.
The general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board ruled July 29 that McDonald’s is the joint employer of its franchisees’ employees, making the company liable for labor and wage violations by its franchise operators and easing the way for unionizing nationwide.
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The U.S. House of Representatives voted 248-179 April 3 in favor of the Save American Workers Act, which would redefine "full-time" employment under the Affordable Care Act.
The Senate is expected to move forward with a vote to raise the Federal minimum wage. Sen. Tom Harkin's (D-IA) legislation titled the Minimum Wage Fairness Act, S. 1737, would increase the Federal minimum wage for employees to $10.10 an hour and tie future minimum wage increases to inflation. The legislation also calls for a significant increase in the cash wage for tipped employees.
NATSO Chairman’s Circle member Federated Insurance unveiled new resources designed to help clients manage human resource issues, including new government regulations, employment law changes, employee-related litigation, employee termination, improper documentation processes and other situations that can expose your organization to a potential lawsuit.
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In the September/October issue of Stop Watch, we featured operators’ best practices on shop...
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Throughout the month of October S&D Coffee & Tea shared coffee holiday promotional ideas.
NATSO’s President & CEO Lisa Mullings and I had the fortunate tasty treat opportunity to visit...
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