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  • Current Issue
  • January 15, 2014
    • What's New
      • Championing Paid Leave to Strengthen the Middle Class
    • National News
      • Apprenticeship — College Partnership Exceeds 100 Members
      • A New Rule That Will Save Coal Miners' Lives
    • Take Three: Pregnancy Discrimination
    • International Scene
      • $1.3 Million Awarded to Fight Job Discrimination in Mexico
    • DOL Working for You
      • Apprenticeship Grad Soars at Aerospace Company
    • DOL in Action
      • Displaced Casino Workers in Atlantic City to Get Employment Support
      • Dust Levels in Underground Coal Mines Continue Downward Trend
      • New York Investment Advisor Sued for Fiduciary Breaches
      • Funding Helps Missourians Rebuild After Storms and Flooding
      • Southern California Garment Manufacturer Shortchanges Workers
      • Renovation Workers Face Fall Hazards in Massachusetts
      • Department Wins Election Lawsuit Against Arizona Union
      • Connecticut Employees Exposed to Respiratory, Chemical Hazards
      • Oklahoma City Nurse Breaks and Pay Are Cut Short
      • Foundry Workers Exposed to Dangerous Noise Levels
      • Excavating Company Cited 8th Time for Trench Hazards
    • BY THE NUMBERS
    • Work in Progress — The Best of Our Blog
    • High Note for Employment in 2014
    • Expanding Apprenticeship
    • 40 Years of Pension Protection
    • Worker Voice in the 21st Century
    • Compliance Outreach Proliferates
    • Support System for Veterans
    • Misclassification Agreement
    • Reaching Out to Consulates
    • Midwest Construction Alliance
    • Weekly UI Claims
    • Upcoming Deadlines & Events
  • January 8, 2014
    • What's New
      • Maintaining a Sharp Focus on Shared Prosperity
      • Discovering the Possibilities That STEM Offers
    • National News
      • Coal Mining Deaths Drop to Record Low
    • DOL Working for You
      • Job Corps Graduate-Turned-Carpenter Fulfills Childhood Dream
    • DOL in Action
      • Liquid Feed Manufacturer Cited in Double Fatality
      • Ohio Scrapyard 'Failed its Workers,' Fined $378,000
      • Roofing Company Has History of Ignoring Fall Standards
      • No Fun for Heat-Exposed Amusement Park Workers
      • Fines Come Back Around for Chronic Violator, Boomerang Tube
      • Fatality at Construction Project Leads to Citations, Fines
      • Locked Exit Door Continues to Plague Dollar General
      • Water Bottling Company Cited After Accident Disables Worker
      • Auto Parts Supplier Faces $102,000 in Fines for Safety Violations
      • California Transit Union to Rerun Leadership Election
      • Deadly Fall Blamed on Absence of Safety Protection
      • Chicago Companies Expose Workers to Asbestos
      • Pennsylvania Iron Foundry Repeatedly Fails to Protect Workers
      • New Hampshire Concrete Manufacturer Fined $230,000
      • No Protection, Training Provided for Fatal Trench Collapse Victim
      • Manufacturer Twice Cited for Electrocution Hazards in 18 Months
      • Texas Fabricator Put Workers in Harm's Way
      • Faulty Alarm System Contributed to Worker Death
      • Workers Face Hazards Without Safety Equipment
      • Illinois Company Fined $171,000 for Willfully Putting Employees at Risk
    • BY THE NUMBERS
    • Work in Progress — The Best of Our Blog
    • Detroit — Driven to Succeed
    • Strategic Enforcement on Wages
    • New Changes for the New Year
    • Improving Disability Employment
    • Pilot Prevails on Safety
    • Networking Partnership in Texas
    • Aid For Lummi Nation Fishermen
    • Contractor Sued on Wages
    • Mine Impact Inspections
    • American Samoa Faulted on Pay
    • Farm Fined on Hiring
    • Labor Certification Session
    • Weekly UI Claims
    • Upcoming Deadlines & Events