Business Management - Government/Governmental
President Biden recently issued two Executive Orders mandating COVID-19 vaccines for many companies. Here’s what you need to know.
New tax benefit change enables printing company employers to make tax-exempt contributions toward a print worker’s student loan debt.
With new changes to the Joint Employer Rule, printers must protect themselves when hiring workers through temporary staffing agencies.
President Biden issued two Executive Orders on September 9, 2021, that created mandates related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Adriane Harrison, of PRINTING United Alliance, describes how new orders that mandate COVID-19 vaccinations impact printing companies.
During this webinar, Adriane Harrison and Gary Jones of PRINTING United Alliance will discuss the mandate in more detail.
Action item No. 5 of the six-point ‘Path Out of the Pandemic’ plan is worthy of review by mid- and small-sized printing companies.
Marci Kinter and Gary Jones discuss the latest developments in Extended Producer Responsibility programs and how they impact printing.
William “Bill” J. Boarman, who served as Public Printer of the U.S. Government Publishing Office, passed away at the age of 75.
Adriane Harrison explains changes to the joint employer rule and what printing companies that rely on temporary workers need to know.