The 32-year-old Kroger worker had been on life support since a pallet of bottled water fell on her March 15.
The Indiana Department of Labor has slapped two Indiana companies with fines of about $200,000 each for repeated safety violations
that put workers at risk.
The number of Hoosiers who died on the job last year ticked up from the previous year. But the total still represents the
second-fewest workplace fatalities since the federal government began tracking the statistic in 1992, the Indiana Department
of Labor said today.
Hoosiers workers—including those who work at casinos—deserve a healthy, smoke-free workplace.
Legislators in the upcoming session of the Indiana General Assembly are gearing up for a gunfight with high-caliber business
implications. On one side are employees who prefer to pack heat during their commute. On the other are executives who see
guns as a liability nightmare–even if they’re locked in cars parked outside.