The complaint alleges that Walmart violated the law when it declined to hire Hunger due to her upcoming naval reserve duties.
The career program connects military spouses with more than 390 affiliated employers who have committed to recruit, hire, promote and retain military spouses in portable jobs.
Once state and tribal plans are in place, hemp producers will be eligible for a number of USDA programs, including insurance coverage through Whole-Farm Revenue Protection.
OFCCP obtained a record $40,569,816 in monetary settlements for affected class members during FY 2019
The man pleaded guilty in federal court this week to his role in a multi-million dollar conspiracy to sell adulterated ingredients to pet food manufacturers.
The FTC alleges that Retina-X and Johns developed three mobile device apps that allowed purchasers to monitor the mobile devices on which they were installed, without the knowledge or permission of the device’s user
Another $1.2 million was donated through customer donations made during check out.
State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler annouced this week that Georgia set a record again in September for total employed residents.
The ribbon cutting was only just recently, but one of the cybersecurity companies at the Georgia Cyber Center is already expanding its operations.
The EEOC charged in its lawsuit that the company violated federal law by subjecting a female employee to a sexually hostile work environment which resulted in her constructive discharge.