The U.S. Department of Labor recently announced that it recovered substantial amounts of back wages on behalf of wage theft victims working in three garment companies across Southern California.
The U.S. Department of Labor recently announced that it reached an agreement with a Pennsylvania manufacturing company to recover unpaid worker wages and resolve allegations that the company violated several provisions of federal wage and labor laws.
West Virginia nursing home recently agreed to a settlement with the U.S. Department of Labor to resolve allegations that the company violated federal wage and labor laws by failing to pay workers overtime wages.
A Reston, Virginia-based private security company recently agreed to pay back dozens of current and former workers to resolve claims that the company violated provisions of several federal labor and wage laws, including statutes on overtime pay.
A group of Hermosa Beach, California firefighters recently filed a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit against the department over allegations that the city failed to properly calculate overtime pay for the plaintiffs over the past three years.
As part of a settlement to resolve a lawsuit brought by several wage theft victims whose claims were never investigated by the state, New Mexico state regulators agreed to shore up administrative blind spots and toughen enforcement actions against companies defrauding workers.