California Labor Enforcement Task Force Issues Stop Orders for Dangerous Equipment at LA Garment Businesses
California’s Labor Enforcement Task Force (LETF), a multi-agency group formed to combat the underground economy, encountered serious issues with industrial equipment at two garment businesses Wednesday in an enforcement activity in El Monte and the greater Los Angeles area.
Inequality is Holding Back Recovery
The re-election of President Obama was like a Rorschach test, subject to many interpretations.
Sign Asks Motorist to Pray for Injured Worker
Late Saturday night Jan. 20 on 14th Street in Riverside a sign usually reserved to advise drivers about traffic delays or closures for the Highway 91, instead asked for them to pray for an injured freeway worker.
Promoting a Healthier Workplace
Employees in California who are injured or become ill on the job can usually receive workers’ compensation benefits that include medical care and partial replacement of wages lost while they are disabled.
MI-County May Be Liable for Blocking Deaf Lifeguard
A Michigan county may have discriminated against a deaf man it refused to hire amid accommodation concerns, the 6th Circuit ruled.