Proposed OSHA Rule Supports Employees’ Rights During Inspections

The move would clarify guidelines for designating representatives, enhancing fairness and effectiveness in OSHA inspections. The U.S. Department of Labor announced a final rule regarding employee rights to…

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Mine Safety Inspections Reveal Violations Across Nine States

MSHA reports 207 safety hazards, and issues citations to mines. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) conducted impact inspections at 13 mines across…

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President’s Task Force Meets to Address Human Trafficking

The task force is chaired by the secretary of state. The President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, chaired by Secretary of State Antony…

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Acting Labor Secretary Responds to January Jobs Numbers

Bureau of Labor Statistics reports 353,000 added to the economy last month. U.S. Acting Secretary of Labor Julie Su responded to the January 2024 Employment Situation report, noting…

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Julie Su, United States Department of Labor

Julie Su is Deputy Secretary of Labor at the United States Department of Labor. Her office oversees work-related standards, including wages, hours, and unemployment benefits. We pray that God will…

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Julie Su, Acting Secretary of Labor

Julie Su, Acting Secretary of Labor

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New Labor Department Rule Could Eliminate Gig Work

Independent contractors would become employees under reclassification. The Department of Labor has released a final rule that would prohibit the classification of some workers as independent contractors. The new…

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Labor Department Supports Recovery from Hurricane Ian

$7.5 million awarded to workforce training and temporary employment, expands dislocated worker programs. The U.S. Department of Labor has announced the awarding of $7.5 million for disaster-relief employment…

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State of Florida Sues Administration Over Transportation Union Requirements

Secretaries of Labor and Transportation were named as primary defendants. The state of Florida has sued President Biden’s administration for allegedly withholding transportation funding because of the passage…

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Labor Department Requires Starbucks to Release Revenue Documents

Starbucks’ attempts to prevent federal subpoena denied. Seattle’s District Court ruled that Starbucks Corp must comply with a subpoena issued by the Department of Labor, requiring them to…

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