5.6 Million Hires in October
There were 5.6 million hires in October, the highest since March 2001. U.S. job openings remained near a record high, with 6 million open jobs.
The Department reminds employers to comply with federal labor laws related to safety, pay, and benefits during the holiday rush.
A North Dakota farmer was debarred from the H-2A temporary worker program after violating visa requirements.
A U.S. District Court in Alabama has sentenced a former fund manager for her role in pension plan theft.
Deadly Flash Fire
OSHA cited an Alabama auto dealership after a flash fire resulted in two worker injuries and three deaths.
A federal contractor has paid $213,282 in back wages after a Department investigation found wage and fringe benefits violations.
OSHA cited a Georgia contractor for failing to protect its employees from trench collapse hazards, and fined it $130,552.
An asbestos abatement and demolition company must pay more than $173,000 to a former employee who was fired after reporting improper practices.
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