- Fed labor officials hand out back pay to blueberry workers Updated: May-24-16 11:53 am
KENNEWICK, Washington - Some farm workers are getting back wages and damages, following the settlement of a labor dispute with some Washington blueberry growers.
- Orange County recycling company accused of wage violations Updated: May-19-16 9:15 am
PLACENTIA, California - An Orange County recycling company has been ordered to pay $113,000 in back wages and damages to its workers after accusations that it violated wage laws.
- Alabama restaurant to pay $43,000 in labor violations Updated: May-17-16 10:38 am
BAY MINETTE, Alabama - A well-known restaurant near Alabama's coast is paying about $43,000 in federal labor violations.
- Detroit summer youth jobs effort gets $2M in federal funding Updated: May-16-16 3:36 pm
DETROIT - Officials say a Detroit summer job program for youth and young adults is getting a $2 million federal grant.
- Report: 24 Madison restaurants, hotels owe $700K in back pay Updated: May-13-16 10:04 am
MADISON, Wisconsin - The U.S. Department of Labor has ordered 24 Madison-area restaurants and hotels to pay 275 employees more than $724,000 in back pay following an investigation into hours and wage violations.
- Gordon Food Service to pay $1.85M, stop using strength test Updated: May-12-16 2:18 am
WYOMING, Michigan - Gordon Food Service has agreed to pay $1.85 million and stop using what was deemed by the federal government an illegal strength test when hiring women.
- Program seeks to help Marion County Jail inmates find work Updated: May-07-16 10:01 am
INDIANAPOLIS - A new program is seeking to help short-term inmates jailed in Indiana's largest county find work.
- Laid-off Warrick Alcoa workers to get help to find new jobs Updated: May-01-16 6:12 pm
NEWBURGH, Indiana - More than 300 workers who lost their jobs last month when Alcoa closed its Warrick County smelter in southwestern Indiana may be eligible to get federal help to find a new job.
- Rhode Island awarded $1.25 million to help the unemployed Updated: Apr-30-16 4:48 pm
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Rhode Island has been awarded nearly $1.25 million to provide re-employment and eligibility assessments to people who are unemployed.