Monthly Archives: March 2019

The Problem Isn’t Sooner or Later, It’s NOW!

Last week we blogged about the Fed’s series, Investing In America’s Workforce.  The issue of income inequality has reached a point where something has to be done.  The Federal Reserve has said if something isn’t done it will eventually hurt … Continue reading

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We Might Be Turning A Corner

This last week I just happened to find an incredible series of articles about workforce investment on the website of one of the Federal Reserve branches, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.   The Boston website led me to the link … Continue reading

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WHEN WORKERS ARE DEEMED EMPLOYEES ENTITLED TO OVERTIME

This week we have some great information for you courtesy of Columbus attorney, Colleen M. Arnett, from Livorno-Arnett Law Firm.  The question of whether a worker is an independent contractor or an actual employee has created some controversy.  Colleen helps … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: When Workers Are Deemed Employees Entitled To Overtime

This week, we feature a guest blog written by Colleen M. Arnett from the law firm Livorno and Arnett Co., LPA, a CALMC member. The issue of whether workers are employees or independent contractors is becoming increasingly common as some … Continue reading

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A New Beginning!

Last week we attended a spectacular event.  It was the third graduation of  the 12-week Building Futures Pre-Apprenticeship Program.  This program is designed to give low-income citizens of Columbus and Franklin County a pathway to a skilled-trades apprenticeship career that … Continue reading

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2019 – Trends Impacting Labor, Management, and the Workplace in 2019 – Part Two

A few weeks ago, we presented a list of labor, management, and workplace trends we see for 2019. This week we want to conclude our list and examining some other developments for the upcoming year.   The pressure for “Right … Continue reading

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