The National Labor Relations Board has postponed the implementation date for its new notice-posting rule till Jan. 31, 2012 in order to allow for enhanced education and outreach to employers, particularly those who operate small and medium sized businesses.

While the nation may have added 103,000 new jobs in September, the employment report showed relative weakness, particularly as it relates to the residential construction sector, which remains far below its job-creation potential.

Eliminating or curtailing the mortgage interest deduction would have a disproportionate impact on younger, middle-class families, who would see their ability to become owners significantly diminished, with sober implications for their longer term financial prospects.

Builders urged Congress to proceed with caution and conduct a cost-benefit analysis before implementing any new regulations or requirements that call for the federal government to develop a National Ocean Policy, which the Administration is now contemplating.

Using an OSHA-generated template, SBCA has created an alternate fall protection plan template for the structural components insdustry to use in conjunction with it's new step-by-step approach to truss erection.

Safety and health stakeholders now have until Oct. 28 to offer their comments on OSHA’s proposed revisions to its occupational injury and illness reporting requirements.

The  $447 billion American Jobs Act contains a mix of helpful and worrying proposals for the housing sector.

The next generation of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) offered in President Obama’s jobs bill provides an opportunity for nonprofit and for-profit apartment owners alike.

As Congress looks at overhauling the nation’s tax code, the multifamily industry may become a collateral victim.

OSHA Administrator, Dr. Michaels, recently sent a memo to his agency's Regional Administrators that outlines new compliance assistance for home builders