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The centrist Democrat is having second thoughts about Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, who once helped sex offender Jeffrey Epstein avoid prosecution.
The Trump administration is rolling out a plan that would help insulate big franchisers from allegations of wage theft.
Is there a shortage of truckers? Freight not, according to a paper published by the Labor Department.
The National Employment Law Project says staffing at the agency is at a historic low, and workers will pay a price.
The administration finally released a long-awaited plan to update overtime regulations. It's basically a watered-down version of Obama's.
Application lands at Labor Department after media exposes undocumented workers at Trump businesses.
A new drug-testing proposal has profound implications for future regulations of all kinds.
Layoffs caused by foreign trade have continued apace.
The "persuader rule," championed by unions and the Obama administration, is officially dead.
Former Obama-era officials say the two agencies have completely different missions and should stay separate.
Experts say the choice to lead the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. wasn't based on qualifications.
Everything is fine ... except your paycheck.
While Andy Puzder ran Hardee's, its franchisees altered timecards, deducted pay for uniforms and even broke child labor law.
We'll see if Trump's team is ready to target industries, like fast food, where workers often get stiffed.