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Boston Globe
Upwards of 85 percent who experience harassment at work never file a formal chargein this early-morning email. When you consider there are 74.6 million women in
Boston Globe / Posted 3 days ago
in this early-morning email. When you consider there are 74.6 million women in the civilian labor force, according to the United States Department of Labor, that would mean that at a minimum, about 18.7 million women have experienced sexual... Read more
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Daily Mail
Firm behind 'Fearless Girl' statue agrees to pay women, minoritiesleast 300 women and 15 black employees claimed to be ripped out of wages and pa
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
least 300 women and 15 black employees claimed to be ripped out of wages and paid less than their male colleagues The United States Department of Labor confirmed in a statement that evidence of the claims were found through thorough... Read more
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Eagle Bulletin
Modern Manners: Tipping — Why is the tipping model so confusing?Congress decided workers could be paid a lower wage as long as a portion of the
Eagle Bulletin / Posted 22 days ago
Congress decided workers could be paid a lower wage as long as a portion of their pay came from tips. According to the United States Department of Labor, the Fair Labor Standards Act says the employer of a tipped employee is only required to... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Governor Scott: Floridians should prepare, restock hurricane kitsoperators are encouraged to sign-up at http://ela.corplodging.com[ela.corplodgi
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 30 days ago
operators are encouraged to sign-up at http://ela.corplodging.com[ela.corplodging.com]. DEO has received approval by the United States Department of Labor to implement the Disaster Dislocated Worker Program to assist with cleanup and in providing... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Event targets homeless, veterans in crisis at job fairsupport they have in the Savannah community to get back on their feet. Stand D
Savannah Morning News / Posted a month ago
support they have in the Savannah community to get back on their feet. Stand Down is funded by a federal grant offered through the United States Department of Labor and there is no cost to attend. If you are a local business interested in hiring... Read more
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