A California drywall company recently agreed to a settlement with the U.S. Department of Labor to pay back over 1,000 current and former workers to resolve claims that the company committed rampant wage theft against the employees.
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The owners of a California elder care company recently agreed to settle with the U.S. Department of Labor to resolve claims the company broke federal wage and labor laws when it failed to pay overtime wages to over a dozen workers.
The Department of Labor announced in December, 2017 that rampant wage theft was found across the country in garment manufacturing facilities.
The highly controversial topic of the minimum wage is continuing to be debated after a recent backfire of the wage increase agreed upon in Seattle, Washington in 2014.
San Francisco has been the most recent city to ban a series of interview questions that involve the applicant’s job history.
Minimum wage is a much-debated topic around the country.