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Dorsey eUpdate: NLRB Adopts “Contract Coverage” Standard to Apply to an Employer’s Unilateral Changes to Terms and Conditions of Employment

A recent decision by the National Labor Relations Boardmakes it easier for employers to change workplace rules without discussing the change with the union representing their employees.

Four Reasons for entrepreneurs to consider SBA 7(a) Loans

Although the SBA offers many types of loan programs, the 7(a) loan is among the most popular because of its versatility.

Google Just Set New Guidelines for Workplace Dialogue. It Might Be Time for You to Do the Same

Here’s Why Every Business Leader Should Take Note

Patagonia, Ben & Jerry’s, and 30 other companies tell the Business Roundtable CEOs to put up or shut up

#BCorps are businesses that meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance. @BizRoundtable, we’d like to help you get there, too, to meet your newly announced stakeholder values. Let’s get to work—together.

A ‘Radical’ Approach to Sustaining Rural Communities – September 19-20 in Keene, New Hampshire

Last year, more than 500 people from 21 states signed up for the inaugural conference, which featured sessions on entrepreneurship, working lands, main streets and downtowns, arts and culture and community journalism. This year, renewable energy has been added as a track.

States Can Foster Job Growth if Lifelong Learning is at Play

I was with Montana Gov. Steve Bullock when he released the newest National Governors Association report, “Governor’s Action Guide to Achieving Good Jobs for All Americans,” at the opening session of NGA’s summer meeting.

How unpaid internships hurt all workers and worsen income inequality

When middle-class or low-income students can’t afford to be cheap labor, those unpaid internships effectively shut them out of their desired career paths—while opening doors for privileged students who already have a leg up.

Ranching families on Cheyenne River Reservation face a choice: Staying in an industry they can’t keep up with or leaving the only life they’ve known

These images offer a window into the specific culture that exists there, which includes a diversity of people and a way of life that is a lesser known America: a small rural reservation community, where tribal and non-tribal ranchers work hard for the survival of their herds in a harsh, unforgiving climate.

How South Dakota won over Tru Shrimp in spite of Minnesota plans – Growing Shrimp in South Dakota?

One thing the governor didn’t mention: This community of more than 7,000 South Dakotans wasn’t Tru Shrimp’s first choice.

Gov. Kristi Noem, in historic inauguration, looks to improve South Dakota’s future

“One hundred years and one day after this great state extended women the right to vote, they elected the first woman as governor.”

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