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GLOUCESTER, Va. (AP) - An electrical subcontractor has been ordered to pay more than $87,000 to several employees who were underpaid for their work on a new $27 million Gloucester school. The Daily...
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2015/05/21 19:31
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A Jacksonville-based roofing contractor has been cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration after a worker fell from a warehouse on Powers Avenue and later died. Roofer John W. Miles...
2015/05/21 19:19
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A U.S. Department of Labor investigation found the owner of Ann Arbor's Gourmet Garden restaurant failed to pay several cooks at minimum wage, created an illegal tip pooling system and did not pay...
2015/05/21 18:18
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If you're not interested in saving for retirement because it's still decades away or you assume that saving intermittently is good enough, you're in for a huge awakening. Savvy professionals start...
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Former Madoff employee, 41, whose father was one of the magnate's first employees, avoids jail after agreeing to talk and becoming a star witness Eric Lipkin, 41, began work at Madoff's firm aged 16...
2015/05/21 14:52
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Supporters of a higher minimum wage claim that the Los Angeles increase will “set off a wave of increases across Southern California,” reports the New York Times. According to ThinkProgress,...
2015/05/21 06:17
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National health rankings show Colorado’s seniors losing ground Colorado maintained its spot among the top 10 healthiest states for seniors, but fell to eighth place this year, dropping two ranks...
2015/05/21 01:58
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California’s seniors are drinking more, moving less and experiencing more mental health issues than in the past, according to the 2015 America’s Health RankingsSenior Report, released Wednesday. Last...
2015/05/20 23:25
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Don't go scraping off the "Jersey Girls Don't Pump Gas" bumper stickers just yet. Two New Jersey state senators — soon to be joined by an assemblyman — are sponsoring legislation to end the Garden...
2015/05/20 18:27
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U.S. banks JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup will pay $550 million and $925 million in criminal fines, respectively, as part of their guilty pleas. Still, Citigroup and JPMorgan are receiving regulatory...
2015/05/20 17:58
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Local construction firms that aren't following labor laws to the letter need to get their act together in the wake of a $1.42 million settlement between the U.S. Department of Labor and four related...
2015/05/20 17:56
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NEW YORK/LONDON: Citigroup Inc and JPMorgan Morgan Chase & Co are receiving regulatory waivers to allow them to continue to quickly issue new securities and continue doing business with mutual funds...
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MINNETONKA, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Vermont is the healthiest state for seniors, rising from fourth place last year, according to the third edition of United Health Foundation’s America’s Health...
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Leonard Allen of West Long Branch has been promoted to vice president and business development officer for Harmony Bank, with headquarters in Jackson. His main responsibility includes building,...
2015/05/19 18:10
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COLUMBUS (AP) -- A central Ohio community college says it will offer short-term courses for underemployed and displaced workers focused on logistics, transportation and customer service. Columbus...
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A little more than a year ago, Boise Weekly readers met Ralph Stanton, a former Idaho National Laboratory employee, who, along with 15 other workers, was exposed to an uncontrolled release of...
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The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops named three new members, all lawyers, to the National Review Board on Child and Youth Protection. The appointees are: Donald Wheeler from the Diocese...
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Preparing for a colonoscopy is half the battle -- at least if you don't have issues with your insurance company. Credit: Ed/Flickr When politicians, pundits and other know-it-alls tussle over...
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In a move that could brighten retirement prospects for millions of Americans, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that employers have a duty to keep watch over 401(k) plans to guard against high management...
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