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Movie Company in Georgia Cited by U.S. Dept of Labor for Violation

OSHA investigated the incident after a stuntman was injured while performing a stunt from a moving vehicle traveling approximately 18 mph. OSHA issued a serious citation for failing to provide adequate head protection during stunts.

U.S. Department of Transportation Names 14 Members to the National In-Flight Sexual Misconduct Task...

The Task Force will review and evaluate current practices, protocols, and requirements of U.S. airlines in responding to and reporting allegations by passengers of sexual misconduct on board commercial aircraft.

USDA and HHS Partner to Create Recovery Housing in Rural Communities

“Under the leadership of President Trump, we are committed at USDA to building innovative partnerships and driving more effective and efficient use of our resources to address the opioid misuse crisis at the local level.”

U.S. Department of Labor Recovers $5,579,939 for 993 Employees Who Performed Hurricane Recovery Work...

$5,579,939 in back wages and benefits owed to 993 employees of nine subcontractors that provided power generator operation support for hurricane recovery efforts in Puerto Rico.

U.S. Postal Service Reports Increase in Revenue for Q1

Revenue of $19.7 billion, up 2.9 percent over the same quarter last year

Boehringer Ingelheim To Create 225 Jobs, Invest Over $120 Million in Georgia

Boehringer Ingelheim To Create 225 Jobs, Invest Over $120 Million in Georgia

Big Berth/Big Ship: Savannah Set to Serve 6 14,000-TEU Vessels Simultaneously

“No other single container terminal in North America has the ability to expand berth capacity at this rate,”

Georgia Company Ordered to Pay $49,500 in Back Wages After US Department of Labor...

$49,500 in back wages and liquidated damages to 70 employees for violating the minimum wage, overtime, and recordkeeping provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act