On Wednesday, the NLRB announced it had found parts of the Menards arbitration and pay raise rules were illegal.
The state reached historic peak employment levels in July — levels not seen since March 2000.
A cheetah named Pounce escaped from its exhibit on Sunday morning prompting an hour-long lock down.
A ruling stating Northwestern University football players should be treated as university employees could change college athletics nationwide.
A new labor agreement also includes pay increases and more benefits for part-time employees.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and its musicians are in contract negotiations that have prolonged for more than a month.
Indiana’s work force went up more than 13,000 last month, with a nearly 50,000 worker increase in the last four months.
Under current law, public projects valued at $150,000 or less are exempt from having to pay workers the common construction wage.
Kelley is using a new program, the Institute for Organizational Effectiveness, to establish connections with big business in South and Central America.
New numbers from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development show Indiana's unemployment rate is about the same as it was one year ago.