The US Department of Labor announced it is publishing the final rule establishing the test addressing whether a worker will is classified as an independent contractor or an employee under the [...]
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), in consultation with the Treasury Department, announced today that the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) will re-open the week of January 11 for new [...]
Jackson Kahl Insurance, a division of Dimond Bros. Insurance, LLC becoming Dimond Bros. Insurance, LLC
Mark Donaldson, Chief Operating Officer of Dimond Bros. Insurance, LLC, and Patti Smits, Regional Manager for Jackson Kahl Insurance, are happy to announce at 17 N Pioneer Road in Fond du Lac and [...]
Many employers are curious as to whether it is lawful to require that their employees become vaccinated with one of the available COVID-19 vaccines as a condition of employment. The short answer [...]
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), originally part of the March 27, 2020, CARES Act, has undergone several changes since its inception, including June’s PPP Flexibility Act, a myriad of [...]
Associated Builders and Contractors moved Wisconsin from eighth place to fifth place in its annual Merit Shop Scorecard ratings for 2020, highlighting the state’s exemplary business environment [...]
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The business response to COVID-19 “fatigue” needs to be consistent with regular communication, and defined efforts to track and prevent infection among the workforce. Local health departments in [...]
A Wisconsin Judge has issued a temporary restraining order preventing the state of Wisconsin from publicly identifying companies with two or more employees that had COVID-19.
Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services Secretary-designee Dawn B. Crim issued the following memorandum regarding an attempt to modify the plan review process within the department.