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Walmart will pay out $200 million in quarterly bonuses to some 900,000 hourly workers after the retailer reported higher customer ratings between May and July.
Two former Wells Fargo employees who didn’t cheat in the bank’s ill-conceived incentive scheme to drive new business have filed a $2.6 million class-action lawsuit.
The U.S. Department of Labor has sued drywall contractor West Coast Drywall & Company in Riverside, Calif., alleging the firm failed to pay its drywall hangers and painters for all the overtime they worked.
The average cost of providing health care makes up 7.6% of a company’s annual operating budget and equates to an average of $8,669 per covered employee.
By now, we all know the devastating effect leaked emails can have on the political process. An email that comes out in litigation can be just as devastating to an employer.
The Office of Foreign Labor Certification is expected to publish new regulations aiming to modernize the U.S. Department of Labor’s electronic permanent labor certification system.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) has settled its lawsuit with two owners of several Bay Area nursing homes.
In addition to setting a new minimum wage, a new San Diego ordinance requires employers to provide sick pay benefits to employees.
Last November, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration was given authorization to increase its penalties by up to 82%, to account for several decades’ worth of inflation.
The National Labor Relations Board, which enforces the National Labor Relations Act, has issued an order telling a Minnesota employer to hold a “talk” with employees about their rights to unionize.