A former Milwaukee Bucks dancer is suing the team claiming she and the other dance and cheerleading squads are paid sub-minimum wages.
A jury has found that Wauwatosa-based Briggs & Stratton Corp. must pay $24.3 million in damages to Exmark Manufacturing Co. Inc. for patent infringement.
The murder of two Virginia news journalists on live TV by a disgruntled former station employee creates a sense of vulnerability in all of us. How can good people, merely doing their jobs, lose their lives at work? Though incidents of fatalities are rare, the Roanoke, Va. violence reminds us that such workplace acts are not rare enough. In fact, there are 2 million workers per year who are victims of some sort of workplace violence. So what can employees and employers do to reduce this risk?