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How to legally conduct intern and temporary hiring. Thursday May 28, 2015, 11:00am Central Time Read More...

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Question: Are we at risk if employees' timecards are consistently showing a "generic" schedule of 8am - 5pm with an hour lunch? Even if the employee is entering the time themselves manually onto a timesheet? Read More...

Alert, Industry & Manufacturing News

MUMBAI, India - The Business Standard of India is reporting tractor maker Mahindra & Mahindra on Thursday said it had signed an agreement to buy 33% stake in agricultural machinery making company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for $25 million. M&M would get new common shares in addition to Class A (non-voting) shares of Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery Co. (MAM) and four board positions. Read More...

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More than 100 advocates representing dozens of industry groups, companies and environmental organizations are flocking to the White House in a last-ditch effort to influence controversial regulations that would redefine the reach of the federal government’s water pollution enforcement.  The Hill Read More...

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McClatchy reports that, “Lawmakers appear to be moving toward another short-term extension of the federal program that supports state highway and transit projects only 10 months after they enacted the last one. And they’re no closer than they were last year to reaching consensus on a longer-term measure that would last five or six years, something the states need to plan their projects. The current authorization for the highway trust fund expires on May 31. Congress will not be in session next week because of the Memorial Day holiday. If lawmakers don’t act this week, payments to states for their transportation projects will simply cease.”  McClatchy Read More...

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The Hill reports that, “Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Monday vowed to pass fast-track trade legislation before the Memorial Day recess, brushing aside calls for a prolonged floor debate on amendments. ‘I want to be very clear … the Senate will finish its work on trade this week, and we will remain in session as long as it takes to do so,’ the Kentucky Republican said on the Senate floor. McConnell is facing a severe time crunch, with the holiday recess coming ahead of the June 1 deadline for reauthorizing highway funding and Patriot Act provisions that are used by the National Security Agency to collect phone records. The legislative traffic jam has prompted some Democrats to call for delaying the trade legislation until June - an outcome that would delight liberal groups that are working to defeat it.”  The Hill Read More...

Legislative & Regulatory News

Trucking Moves America Forward co-chairman Kevin Burch writes in an op-ed for Roll Call on the need for Congress to pass a long-term highway funding bill, arguing that the failure to do so “has already created challenges for many in the trucking industry, leading to delivery delays due to the unaddressed issue of congestion, higher fuel and labor costs and more maintenance headaches from potholed roads.” According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Burch says, “congested roads total an estimated $100 billion per year in wasted time and fuel.”  Roll Call Read More...

Legislative & Regulatory News

Louisville, KY - Dealers looking for ways to improve efficiency and profitability will find seminars with compelling content, technician training on advanced and basic tracks, panel discussions with best-practice tips and networking at GIE+EXPO (Green Industry & Equipment Expo). Registration is now open at www.gie-expo.com. Read more here. Read More...

Industry & Manufacturing News

TORRANCE, Calif.--Kubota Tractor Corporation (KTC) and Kubota Credit Corporation (KCC) announced today that they will relocate their headquarters to Grapevine, Texas. Both companies are U.S. subsidiaries of Kubota Corporation, based in Osaka, Japan, and have been planning for increased efficiencies on the heels of recent expansions and an aggressive growth strategy. The move will affect about 180 employees and is expected to happen within the next 18 months.  Kubota Read More...

Legislative & Regulatory News

U.S. President Barack Obama could have chosen any of hundreds of corporate offices as the backdrop for his highest-profile speech on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the massive 12-country trade deal opposed by his usual progressive allies. The Star Read More...

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