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March, 2013


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Department of Labor Issues Briefs on Recommendations for an Aging Workforce
$268,899 to be Paid by Bureau of Prisons' Contractor for Overtime and Fringe Benefits Violations
$95,000 Settlement in Religious Discrimination Lawsuit Against Electric Cooperative, Training Ordered
U.S. Department of Labor Launches Business Center as Resource for Employers to Recruit, Train and Retain a Skilled Workforce
EEOC Holds Meeting to Discuss the Agency's Quality Control Plan
EEOC Launches Twitter Handle in Spanish and YouTube Channel
DOL Wage and Hour Division Conducts Enforcement Initiative in Florida Full Service Restaurants and Collects $500,000 in Back Wages, Liquidated Damages and Civil Penalties
H-1B Processing for Fiscal Year 2014 Begins April 1, 2013
NLRB Appeals Noel Canning Decision to Supreme Court
$255,000 Settlement in Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against Potato Wholesaler, Training Ordered
EEOC Issues Report Addressing Obstacles Facing African Americans in the Federal Workplace
Supplier of Maintenance, Labor and Construction Services to Power Industry AGrees to Pay $190,000 in Race Discrimination Case
$226,111 in Back Wages and Liquidated Damages Paid by Government Contractor which Violated FLSA and Misclassified Employees
USCIS Publishes Revised Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9 Effective March 8th
Over $3 Million in Back Wages, Liquidated Damages and Penalties Owed by Gas Station Owner for FLSA Violations
$135,000 Settlement in Race and Religious Discrimination and Retaliation Lawsuit Against Not-for-Profit Developer, Training Ordered
$78,182 in Back Wages and Liquidated Damages for Wage and Hour Violations by Landscaping Company
$260,000 in Back Wages and Liquidated Damages to be Paid by Home Furnishings Business for Wage and Hour Violations
$262,000 in Back Wages and Penalties to be Paid by Mexican Supermarkets and Restaurants for FLSA Violations
New FMLA Regulations Effective March 8, 2013; FMLA Expands to Adult Children With Disabilities
Arkansas' Child Care Industry to Pay Approximately $590,000 for Violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act


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