Reversing a 2016 rule change, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will no longer consider most safety incentive programs and post-incident drug testing policies to be retaliatory and unlawful. Under a new Standard Interpretation, OSHA said the U.S. Department of Labor “believes that many employers who implement safety incentive programs and/or conduct post-incident drug testing […]
MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper recently announced that is received a three-year approval to establish a new Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship Program by the Society of Surgical Oncology, one of fewer than 50 programs in the nation. “Receiving approval from the Society of Surgical Oncology for this new fellowship affirms the quality of the […]
Steve Adubato and David Socolow, executive director of Higher Education Student Assistance Authority, discuss repayment plans available on federal student loans. The income-driven repayment plan allows individuals to repay their federal loans as a percentage of their income.
Students can tap, swipe and drag their fingers across the surface of a touch-screen table for anatomy instruction on what is essentially a handheld tablet blown up to a length of about 3½ feet. Digital Anatomy Tool Comes to Burlington County Institute of Technology Students can tap, swipe and drag their fingers across the surface […]
The NJ Chamber Foundation is partnering with NJBIA on a series of round table discussions focused on the challenges and strategies of talent acquisition. The Foundation and NJBIA recently completed studies about the best ways to develop and attract talent, and now we need to formulate realistic recommendations from these study results. Links to the […]