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A strong majority of Americans say they support the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, legislation that would ban most private businesses from workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, according to the latest United Technologies/ National Journal Congressional Connection Poll .
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There are concerns a portion of ObamaCare could put our safety at risk by forcing the closure of fire departments across Oklahoma.
A local roofing company is facing more than $48,000 in proposed fines from the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
The Affordable Care Act could lead to major financial problems at volunteer fire departments all across the country, possibly causing some to shut down unless Congress comes up with a way to exempt firefighters from the law.
Stewarts Care, which looks after people with intellectual disabilities, says the parents of all service users identified in the reports have been contacted.
Wild West theme park Ghost Town in the Sky failed to furnish safe firearms to workers before an actor was injured in shootout show there last summer, the state Department of Labor said.
Twenty-four employees at a New York City Domino's chain say they were fired when they complained to company management that they were receiving far below minimum wage as tipped servers.
The Day of New London reports that a state Department of Labor spokeswoman says the hospital is self-insured and does not have to provide 20 days' notice before dropping coverage.
ALBUQUERQUE >> The U.S. Department of Labor has filed a lawsuit against an Albuquerque restaurant over more than $300,000 in unpaid wages for 42 employees.
The Affordable Care Act forces companies with more than 50 workers to buy them all health insurance or pay hefty fines The IRS says volunteer firefighters are 'employees,' even though the Department of Labor says they're 'volunteers' Out of more than 1 million fire departments in the U.S., 87 per cent are staffed entirely or mostly by life-saving ... (more)
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has received a $4.6 million National Emergency Grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to launch a Flood Recovery Jobs Program.
The impetus for this comment was a dispute between Alito and Baer over one of Baer's rather unusual practices in class action lawsuits.
".................When we had some Q and A a few days ago, you were about to be visited by a representative of the IRS, on Friday, December 6th.
Despite the House leadership's refusal to bring it up for a vote, a federal bill banning LGBT workplace discrimination isn't dead yet in the eyes of a South Bay congressman.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott speaks Aug. 22 during a Walmart U.S. Manufacturing Summit at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.
The Seattle City Council Monday is expected to approve legislation that strengthens protections for city employees who feel retaliated against for reporting misconduct in the workplace.