Oregon Leads Push for State-Run Retirement Plans

California, Illinois and Oregon are all actively rolling out state-run retirement plans that businesses can offer their employees without the expense of hiring a plan administrator and paying the many fees associated with running such plans. And now Oregon is leading the drive to convince other states to introduce similar programs. The OregonSaves program mandates […]

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California Mandates that Women Must Be on Corporate Boards

In a move that is sure to draw high-profile legal challenges, California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation requiring all corporate boards in the state to seat at least one woman member by the end of 2019. Brown said he was signing the law despite potentially “fatal” legal problems in the measure. “Given all the […]

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WeWork Reaches Settlement over Non-Compete Covenants

WeWork, an international company providing co-work office space, has reached a settlement with the New York State Attorney General over its use of non-compete agreements, which forced employees at its locations nationwide to agree not to take employment in any city where WeWork operates for a period of one year following their departure. The agreement, reached […]

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