Management & Labor

Unions' Presence Shrinks in Several States

The declines are happening mostly in places that enacted anti-union laws or had job cuts in heavily unionized industries.

America's Jails Have an HR Problem

Employees are often overworked and undertrained, putting themselves and the inmates they're supposed to protect at risk.

Kentucky's Cautionary Tale About Underfunding Pensions

With the worst-funded pension system in the country, Kentucky offers a glimpse of what could be in store for other states.

State Budget Analysts Watch Their Own Numbers Decline

Most state budget offices have fewer employees and more work than they did a decade ago.

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