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Important Filing Deadline for Workers’ Compensation Insurance Notice

Texas law requires employers that don’t carry workers’ comp insurance (or terminate coverage) to annually notify the Texas ...

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The Eyes of NFIB/Texas Are Upon You, State Legislature

Inside the Legislature in the Interim

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An Update from Your NFIB/Texas State Executive Director, Will Newton

During the last session we had a tremendous amount of success in killing bad bills and passing good ones, like the 25 percent c...

Texas Small Business News

  • Important Filing Deadline for Workers’ Compensation Insurance NoticeTexas law requires employers that don’t carry workers’ comp insurance (or terminate coverage) to annually notify the Texas Department of Insurance/Division of Workers’ Compensation of their status as a “nonsubscriber”

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  • Are You OSHA Compliant in 2016?Keeping up with ever-changing OSHA requirements is no small task, especially with a slew of new rules for 2016. NFIB's free on-demand webinar will get you on the right track and help you avoid hefty fines for non-compliance.

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  • Unions Grow, But Their Share Of Workers Holds SteadyGovernment Report Finds Private-Sector Union Membership Up Nearly 200,000 In 2015

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  • NFIB/TEXAS MEMBER OF THE MONTH | JANUARY 2016NFIB/Texas Member George Ross, owner of Knight's Office Solutions in Austin.

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  • NFIB/TEXAS PRAISES TEXAS LEGISLATORS WITH 100 PERCENT VOTING RECORDTexas legislators who earned 100 percent in voting for or against legislation that would have had an impact on small business.

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  • NFIB/TEXAS PRESENTS GUARDIAN OF SMALL BUSINESS AWARDThe NFIB Guardian of Small Business award is the association's highest honor given to lawmakers whose work reflects support and advocacy for the small business community during the previous legislative session.

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  • 84th Legislative Session Impact on Small BusinessNFIB/Texas provides the insight on how the state legislature impacted small business in 2015.

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