In his blog post this week, Stuart Frazier explains the impact the fiscal cliff negotiaions will have on West Virginians including the good (extension of Child Care Tax Credit) and the bad (expiration of Payroll Tax Holiday) policies that were part of the compromise. Read more about how the decisions in Washington will affect us and our paychecks.
WVCBP’s Jobs Count is a monthly report on data released by the government on how different employment sectors are faring. So it suprised us this week when Charleston Gazette columnist Phil Kabler accused uscomparing apples to oranges in our reporting of the jobs numbers last month. Sean O’Leary’s blog post this week sets the record straight.
The WVCBP is proud to be a grantee of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation. Yesterday the Foundation released an innovative report on the importantce of organizational infrastructure to implementing policy changes. Here’s a brief excerpt from the Executive Summary:
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