While analysts continue to argue about whether or not the dip in housing sales in the first two months of 2014 is weather-related or not, it might be helpful to step back and take a look at the last few years to gain some perspective about where the market may be heading.
OSHA may require company-wide reporting of injuries and illnesses
Policy change could impact employers with as few as 50 workers
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is considering a change in policy that would require organizations to submit company-wide data on illnesses and injuries. Current policy does not require company-wide data, but does require that data be submitted from each separate establishment within a company. Employers with as few as 50 workers at multiple worksites could be required to submit company-wide injury and illness information.
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