Wage and Hour Division
The Labor Department decision bodes well for companies that don't want minimum wage and other rules to cover their workers.
Millions of workers could lose their shot at extra pay and family time.
We'll see if Trump's team is ready to target industries, like fast food, where workers often get stiffed.
Want a reality check on today's employment situation? Ask someone making less than $50,000 per year.
Twenty years ago, Congress enacted into law a simple and fundamental principle: workers should not have to choose between the job they need, and the family members they love and who need their care. But what happens to workers when employers do not comply with the FMLA?
Today, as we commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Department of Labor is releasing the results of a survey on the act's use and impact. Plain and simple: the act is still good for workers and their families -- and yes, it's good for business.