New laws would fight abuse by prohibiting recruiters from charging fees and better informing workers of their rights.
The Department of Labor is scrambling to craft proposals that avoid the fate of Obama’s failed effort in 2016.
Franchises are increasingly hiring teens but may be doing so at the expense of their health and safety.
A patchwork of different rules decide which workers earn time and a half around the country.
How employers get away with denying workers income they used to earn.
The Labor Department is readying a rule that could allow millions more Americans to earn additional wages.
The future of an Obama-era rule to double the overtime salary threshold to $47,476 is uncertain under Donald Trump’s Labor Department.
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