The law has changed today, ending the controversy about paying home care workers less than minimum wage. We need these workers to keep our aging loved ones safe at home. Now we have a better chance of finding and keeping good workers and the workers have a better chance to support themselves.
With his administration under pressure from environmentalists to reject the Keystone XL pipeline project, President Barack Obama plans to unveil a package of separate actions next month focused on curbing U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.
At closed-door fundraisers held over the past few weeks, the president has been telling Democratic party donors that he will unveil new climate proposals in July, according to people who have attended the events or been briefed.
President Obama claimed for increase in minimum wage to $9 per hour. Facebook won a lawsuit in Germany over users privacy rights. Vodafone will dismiss 620 employees in its Spanish department. India’s Current Account Deficits might reach $87.9 billion in 2012.
Inquiring minds are reading the complete text of President Obama's State of the Union Address to see what distortions, lies, and hypocrisy it contains.
I found a nice Orwellian set of paragraphs smack in the middle of his speech.
And while Government can’t fix the problem on its own, responsible homeowners shouldn’t have to sit and wait for the housing market to hit bottom to get some relief.
California's labor commissioner accuses ZipRealty of failing to pay minimum wages and overtime to hundreds of agents throughout the state.California's labor commissioner has sued real estate brokerage ZipRealty Inc.
We introduced a portion of the data yesterday, as we compared the number of people earning today's $7.25 per hour federal minimum wage or less with those earning the inflation-adjusted equivalent back in 2006, so today, we're going to visualize a portion of the BLS' very-recently released data on the characteristics of U.S. minimum wage workers in 2010.