Louisiana State University has completed its contract with the company that will grow medical marijuana at the school for qualifying patients.
In 2016, Louisiana women who were full-time wage and salary workers had median usual weekly earnings of $659 or 76.4 percent of the $863 median usual weekly earnings of their male counterparts, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Welcome to this month’s edition of Comp Medical News. Spouse hostility, a new Congressional opioid report, and the FDA’s new compounding pharmacy push are your headlines for September 2017.
OSHA and the American Society of Safety Engineers have partnered to distribute protective equipment and other resources to those in Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Commercial insurance prices in the U.S. were again nearly flat during the second quarter of 2017, according to Willis Towers Watson’s Commercial Lines Insurance Pricing Survey.
Workers’ compensation loss costs for 2018 will decrease by 16.3 percent in Oklahoma.
Several locations of the LWC’s Business and Career Solutions Centers will host job fairs this month for out-of-school youth ages 18-24.
A U.S. trucking trade group and truck maker Navistar International Corp. urged a U.S. Senate panel on Wednesday to include self-driving commercial trucks in proposed legislation intended to speed autonomous vehicles to market.
On the last business day of July 2017, there were 5.7 million private industry job openings, an increase of 241,000 from July 2016, according to new BLS numbers.
Louisiana has ranked No. 5 for the second year in a row in Area Development magazine’s annual Top States for Doing Business survey.