INDIANAPOLIS | State Sen. Frank Mrvan, D-Hammond, is enthusiastically backing President Barack Obama's call for a higher minimum wage.
Lake County residents are still living in 1995, at least when it comes to income, according to a Ball State University study.
INDIANAPOLIS | The tough times of the past five years aren't getting any easier for Hoosiers living paycheck to paycheck.
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INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana's minimum wage will remain at the federal minimum of $7.25 per hour after the Republican-controlled House voted on party lines Monday to reject a proposal increasing the state's minimum hourly wage by one dollar.
CHICAGO | It's going to be a lot harder for employers to cheat their low-wage employees, thanks to a new Chicago law.
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INDIANAPOLIS | An Indiana right-to-work law is not likely to increase the number of manufacturing jobs in the state, according to a new study by Ball State University.
An Indiana right-to-work law is not likely to increase the number of manufacturing jobs in the state, according to a new study by Ball State University.
INDIANAPOLIS | Right-to-work is poised to become the dominant issue of the upcoming legislative session after a Republican-controlled study committee voted on party lines Wednesday to recommend the General Assembly consider adopting the labor policy.
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INDIANAPOLIS | Proponents of an Indiana right-to-work law claim it will lure new businesses to the state, bringing thousands of jobs to be filled by currently unemployed Hoosiers.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels no longer opposes the Indiana General Assembly considering right-to-work legislation, but he hasn't decided if he'll support it.
INDIANAPOLIS | Facts, figures and opinions abounded Tuesday as a legislative committee took testimony on whether a "right-to-work" law would lure businesses to Indiana or reduce the incomes of Hoosiers.
INDIANAPOLIS | Local governments could not set a minimum wage higher than the state minimum under legislation approved 27-23 Thursday by the Indiana Senate.
INDIANAPOLIS | Collective bargaining for all school employees would be limited to only wages and benefits under legislation approved 52-40 by the Republican-controlled Indiana House Friday.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana House did not vote Thursday on a plan limiting collective bargaining for all unionized school employees to only wage and benefit issues.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana House voted Wednesday to prohibit any unionized school employee from bargaining over anything other than wages and benefits.
Recent reports of reduced joblessness in the nation sparked a mix of reactions from those with their eye on the local job scene.
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