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Capitol Hill Fined by Dept. of Labor

US Labor Department investigation finds Capitol Hill cafeteria workers illegally denied more than $1M in wages by federal food service contractors 07/26/2016 11:50 AM EDT US Labor Department investigation finds Capitol Hill cafeteria workers illegally denied more than $1M in wages by federal food service contractors Employers contracted by Architect of the Capitol violated federal prevailing wage law WASHINGTON – Hundreds of workers who prepare and serve meals for Capitol Hill lawmakers and their staffs in the U.S. Senate cafeterias will receive more than $1 million in back wages after a U.S. Department of Labor investigation found their employers failed to pay prevailing wages required of f

OSHA Penalties Increasing by 78 Percent After August 1, 2016

Section 701 of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 contains the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Improvements Act of 2015, which requires the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and most other federal agencies to implement inflation-adjusted civil penalty increases. The Inflation Adjustment Act also allows OSHA a one time “catch-up adjustment” to adjust for inflation since 1990 (the last time penalties were adjusted) along with annual adjustments for inflation based on the Consumer Price Index. OSHA was required to publish the new penalty levels through an interim final rule in the Federal Register by July 1, 2016. Subsequently, OSHA adjusted the penalty levels whi

Thieves Go High-Tech to Steal Cars

Police and car insurers say thieves are using laptop computers to hack into late-model cars' electronic ignitions to steal the vehicles, raising alarms about the auto industry's greater use of computer controls. The discovery follows a recent incident in Houston in which a pair of car thieves were caught on camera using a laptop to start a 2010 Jeep Wrangler and steal it from the owner's driveway. Police say the same method may have been used in the theft of four other late-model Wranglers and Cherokees in the city. None of the vehicles has been recovered. "If you are going to hot-wire a car, you don't bring along a laptop," said Senior Officer James Woods, who has spent 23 years in the Hous

Heat Protection is Vital and the Law

Improving Safety and Health WHD’s Jesus Olivares emphasized three words to keep workers safe against the dangers of extreme heat: water, rest and shade. Extreme heat can be deadly: The extreme heat Arizona is currently experiencing is not only dangerous but deadly, as it pushes the human body beyond its limits. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Wage and Hour Division in Phoenix engaged in an interview with a local Telemundo television station on June 21 to inform both employers and employees on the measures they must take to put safety and health first. “Many areas of Arizona and the Southwest are facing unprecedented temperatures with relentless daily highs above 113

Safety Rules to Live By!

Having been working with Safety Issues within Companies, I have condensed learning from my perspective and many other people who have gone before me into these 10 simple rules that make it all work: Treat everyone with respect, despite their differences in background or appearance Talk to them and find out what makes them tick, don’t rely on what others tell you Realise that everybody wants to do a good job – if they can Think about and meet peoples basic needs before stressing about the big stuff Despite what you think, “workers” are smart and resourceful, treat them like crap and they will find a way to bring down you and your plans – provided they can get away with it! Find out what other

Wage Hike Will Cost CA Taxpayers $3.6B

Raising the minimum wage in California to the highest statewide level in the nation would eventually cost taxpayers an additional $3.6 billion a year in higher pay for government employees, legislative analysts determined. The estimate was disclosed as an Assembly committee gave initial approval Wednesday to boosting the wage to $15 an hour by 2022. The full state Assembly and Senate could vote on the deal between Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown and labor unions as early as Thursday. The financial projection does not examine the broader economic impact that the proposed wage hike would have on businesses in the state. The University of California, Berkeley, Center for Labor Research and Educati

Think Again About PRODUCT RECALL coverage.

Delaney Insurance Agency, Inc. through two of its leading Insuring Partners is now offering both Product Recall Insurance and Food Products Recall Insurance. The first of the two programs is the RecallResponse Policy, a product-recall insurance policy that provides coverage for first-party recall expenses and third-party liability. RecallResponse covers an insured's recall expenses related to the notification of the incident, product shipping, disposal of the product, rental of warehousing/storage space, the hiring of additional personnel and payment of overtime to current employees. Additionally, coverage can be endorsed to cover the cost of repair, replacement or refund of the product. Ins

Overtime Changes You Need to Know

There has been important changes in how you need to look at paying your employees, wage & hour laws and improper classification of employees. It is very important to understand the new changes so as to avoid any fines or penalties which might be assessed to you or your company through Wage & Hour lawsuits or Department of Labor actions. Wage & Hour lawsuits are one of the fastest growing sector of lawsuits being filed and aggressively attacked by the DOL. You can read how improper classification of employees, wage and hour, and overtime lawsuits have impacted the year so far in Fortune's Article....and as you are aware, CA is much more liberal than any other states when it comes to employe

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