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Safety matters every day of the year, but during June it gets the extra attention it deserves so we can all stay safe, from the workplace to anyplace.

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In May, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law a requirement that private companies with more than 25 employees use the federal E-Verify data...

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), workplace slips, trips and falls were among the top three causes of work-related injuries and...

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OSHA’s proposed rule on protecting workers from extreme heat exposure in indoor and outdoor settings is progressing toward potential publication –...

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Federal workplace safety inspectors found a Fairmont City roofing contractor continuing to endanger employees to deadly fall hazards by not...

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Nonfarm payroll employment increased in 39 states and the District of Columbia in May compared to the previous month, while 11 states lost jobs.

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The National Lumber & Building Material Dealers Association (NLBMDA) announced that on June 5, NLBMDA and the NAHB hosted a trade delegation from...

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Watch as Executive Director Jess Lohse gives an update on SBCA events and activities.

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Watch as Executive Director Jess Lohse gives an update on SBCA events and activities.

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Both guests agree the market remains steady, with supply largely outstripping demand.

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A recent Gallup poll found that just 19 percent of Americans believe now is a good time to buy.

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Driven by population and job growth, the Dallas market added more apartments over the last decade than anywhere in the nation, according to...

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