Another annuity cut projected for Wis. retirees MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Even though the stock market rebounded in 2009, the state investment board is projecting a 1 percent cut in benefits for retirees in the Wisconsin Retirement System. Benefits paid ...Read More »
By Matt Pommer In Wisconsin, drunken drivers and deer are more serious health hazards than the swine flu. That seems especially true during the Thanksgiving season, the most heavily car-traveled period of the year. Each year more than 45,000 drunken ...Read More »
By Sean Ryan Milwaukee-area contractors are not experiencing the swine flu problems that are fueling the effort to require paid sick leave at businesses. “If anybody needs it, it’s available,” Doug Mortenson, M.A. Mortenson Co. operating group safety director in ...
Tagged with: 9to5 Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee Inc. Baas Burazin CG Schmidt Inc. M.A. Mortenson Co. Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce Milwaukee National Association of Working Women sick leave swine fluRead More »
Sean Ryan [email protected] A Milwaukee business group suing to overturn the city’s sick-leave law takes little solace in a pending bill to establish similar federal rules. The Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce argues Milwaukee’s sick-leave law puts employers in the ...Read More »
Wisconsin Supreme Court asked to rule on release of personal e-mails Madison (AP) — The Wisconsin Supreme Court is being asked to consider whether personal e-mails sent by public employees are subject to the state’s open records law. The case ...Read More »