Building Real and Symbolic Bridges: A Woman Engineer’s Place is on the Worksite

“You have to juggle a demanding career with so many variables. Every day brings some new challenge, and when I think I’ve seen it all, that’s when I experience something completely unexpected. You just have to be ready to jump in and get dirty.”

GA Insurance Company Sued by EEOC for Disability Discrimination

According to the lawsuit, the woman asked to work from home due to her diabetes and the employer granted the request, but she reports she was chastised for it and then fired.

Details of the USDA Support Package for Farmers Impacted by Tariffs

See which counties will receive a particular reimbursement rate, based on location, commodities, and impact.

Piggly Wiggly to Pay $50,000 to Settle GA-based EEOC Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Lawsuit

Two Female Employees Harassed and Then Fired After Reporting the Misconduct, Federal Agency Charges

Georgia Leads States in Reaching Settlement with Equifax, Secures $425M in Consumer Restitution

This is the largest data breach enforcement action in history.

Georgia set jobs record last month

State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said last week that Georgia added more than 20,000 jobs in June, pushing the state to a new record high.

Illegal Credit Repair Operation to Pay $1M Penalty

The company was operating an illegal credit repair business and using unlawful and deceptive practices in their multi-level marketing structure.

Fmr Gov Contractor Sentenced to Federal Prison for Willful Retention of National Defense Information

Law Enforcement Recovered Classified Material, Stolen Over Two Decades, From the Defendant’s Home and Car

U.S. Department of Transportation Permanently Bans Commercial Drivers Convicted of Human Trafficking

Following President Trump’s signature of the “No Human Trafficking on Our Roads Act,” the FMCSA has issued this new rule to prohibit an individual from operating a CMV for life if that individual uses a CMV in committing a felony involving a severe form of human trafficking.

Federal Agencies Consider Altering H-2A Program for Temporary Ag Labor

Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue says the proposed rule "will increase access to a reliable legal agricultural workforce, easing unnecessary burdens on farmers, increase enforcement against fraud and abuse, all while maintaining protections for America’s workers."