Newsletter Photos February 20, 2014
Tony Smith's sculpture, She, 1974, located outside the U.S. Department of Labor in Washington, D.C.
Wage and Hour Division Principal Deputy Administrator Laura Fortman and Longfellow Books Co-Owner Chris Bowe speak with reporters in Portland, Maine, on Feb. 17, 2014. Fortman says that increasing the minimum wage is "growing the economy from the middle out."
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health Jordan Barab chairs a Feb. 19th listening session in Baton Rouge to provide members of the public an opportunity to provide ideas and suggestions for improving chemical safety and security.
Patricia Colarossi (far right) of the Wage and Hour Division with representatives from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Massachusetts Asian-American Commission providing outreach to the Chinese community at the Chinese Lunar New Year Event in Quincy, Mass.
Betty Campbell, deputy regional administrator for the Wage and Hour Division's Southwest Region and Consul General Jacob Prado Gonzalez of the El Paso Mexican Consulate formalized the relationship by signing a partnership agreement to establish a collaborative relationship.
Cleveland-based OSHA inspectors Adam Fries and Janelle Madzia.