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News: January 26, 2018

 

Back Pay Agreement

Back Pay Agreement

Three California restaurants have agreed to pay $295,909 in back wages and damages to 28 employees, resolving wage violations.

 

Health and Safety Violations

OSHA cited a Georgia poultry processing company for amputations and other serious hazards, and proposed $208,977 in penalties.

Health and Safety Violations

 

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Visa Violations

Wages Restored

Safety Citations

Visa Violations

A Washington fruit grower will pay $78,000 in back wages and penalties to resolve H-2A visa hiring and pay violations.

Wages Restored

To resolve overtime and recordkeeping violations, a California pallet company will pay $289,215.

Safety Citations

OSHA issued seven serious citations against Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. for exposing its employees to safety hazards.

Back Wages

Wage Compliance

Overtime Violations

Back Wages

A district court ordered a Connecticut restaurant to pay $247,922 in back wages, damages, and penalties for wage violations.

Wage Compliance

After a department investigation found overtime violations, a Georgia concrete company will pay $179,314 in back wages to 37 employees.

Overtime Violations

A Detroit security company agreed to pay $67,068 to 25 employees after a department investigation found overtime violations.

 

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Passion for Cars Drives Success

Passion for Cars Drives Success

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