Photo Gallery: Department of Labor Boston Offices Honored for Work on Behalf of Vulnerable Workers
(December 9, 2013)
Wage and Hour investigators Tom Carroll and Nuno Montrond, whose investigative work uncovered the wage violations by Boston Hides and Furs.
The DOL Team for the Boston Hides and Fur case included (Front Row Left to Right): Regional Solicitor of Labor Michael Felsen; Attorney Merle Hyman; Wage and Hour Investigator Tom Carroll; (Back Row Left to Right) Attorney Scott Miller; Attorney James Glickman; Wage and Hour Assistant District Director Carlos Matos; and Wage and Hour Investigator Nuno Montrond.
The award, as displayed by Attorney Merle Hyman.
Wage and Hour Division District Director George Rioux (at the microphone) expresses the Labor Department's thanks to the Chelsea Collaborative.
Representatives from the U.S. Labor Department's Wage and Hour Division and Office of the Solicitor accept the Chelsea Collaborative's 2013 Social Justice Award. Front row L-R: María Belén Power, community organizer for Chelsea Latino Immigrant Committee and Chelsea Tenants Association; District Director George A. Rioux; and Assistant District Director Carlos Matos of the Wage and Hour Division. Back Row L-R: Chelsea Collaborative Executive Director Gladys Vega; Yessenia Alfaro, director of the Collaborative's Social and Economic Justice Department; and US Department of Labor attorneys Merle Hyman, James Glickman and Scott Miller.