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The U.S. Labor Department has filed a rare lawsuit seeking to overturn a Kansas City-area Teamsters election and force a new vote under federal supervision. [Read More]
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McDonald's franchisee S&P Enterprises paid $8,829 to resolve labor violations in 11 New Jersey restaurants, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.        ... [Read More]
As a result of a U.S. Department of Labor investigation, Windsor-based Coloscapes Concrete paid $21,750 in back wages and $31,496 in civil penalties... [Read More]
St. Lawrence County gained 100 non-farm jobs in April compared to the same month in 2017. St. Lawrence County had 39,200 non-farm jobs in April... [Read More]
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A New York Labor Department hearing was held on Friday to gather input on changing wages for tipped workers. [Read More]
More Louisiana residents report having a job than ever before, a sign that the economy is improving, according to U.S. Labor Department figures released Today.... [Read More]
The state of Alaska has lost jobs for 31 straight months, a period of job losses that the state labor department says has lasted longer... [Read More]
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Maryland's unemployment rate held steady at 4.3 percent in April as the state lost 4,300 jobs, the U.S. Labor Department said Friday. The state's... [Read More]
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The Nebraska Labor Department says the state's preliminary April unemployment rate matches the March and February rate of 2.8 percent. The department said in a... [Read More]
Gold remained on the defensive after Labor Department data Thursday showed that initial weekly U.S. jobless claims rose by 11,000 to 222,000 in the week to... [Read More]
Connecticut employers cut 1,400 jobs in April, the second consecutive month of job losses, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday. In addition, labor department... [Read More]
Using U.S. Labor Department data, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the median annual salary for elementary, middle, and high school teachers in every state. Salary figures... [Read More]
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