California, which offers some of the most generous pension benefits in the country to its public workers, apparently isn't paying them handsomely enough, the federal Department of Labor says.
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Enhanced unemployment benefits may have helped many Americans weather the pandemic, but they've also attracted the interest of some modern-day Willie Suttons.
In a reaction to California's Assembly Bill 5, the Department of Labor's new proposed rule will make it harder for gig workers to be defined as employees
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Much about the COVID-19 outbreak has been unprecedented and historic, but until now it's been difficult to quantify exactly how serious a blow the virus would deal to the U.S. economy.
Government control is not the answer.
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It's a common sense but crucial indication of how federal regulators classify workers who earn money through online platforms like Uber and TaskRabbit.
It's no substitute for abolishing unnecessary licenses, but the effort to ease the burden on military families should call attention to this issue.
Changing the name plates on the front of Washington's many brutalist office buildings won't inject more competition or motivation into those departments.
The former fast food restaurant CEO says a $15 wage floor steals opportunities from entry-level workers.
Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta says excessive licensing hinders the American workforce, reduces economic opportunities.
Unofficial regulations and "guidance documents" passed without any public comment are no way to go about regulating an economy.
Want to change the rules? Go ask Congress.
Overtime rules that reduce worker and employer flexibility will ensure that there are few jobs and less money to go around in the years to come.
Get ready for fewer hours, fewer jobs, and more moonlighting. When labor costs increase, employers buy less of it.
Luckily, the state is incapable of administering a potentially disastrous law.
A week to try to help ex-prisoners return to communities follows years of relentlessly putting them away.
Evidence suggests that tightening overtime rules could kill jobs
Hot goods orders being used by the feds in attack on blueberry growers in the Pacific Northwest.
Neither Martin nor Incognito are free to seek a job with another team.
Regulations will take effect in 2015
Accuses Perez of being a crusading idealogue
Under the guise of protecting American workers, it'll make the H-1B program unusable.
Striking employees now get to chow down on retraining money
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The anti-Walmart movement battles to protect Americans from cheap groceries.