Labor Department employees expressed concern that they were being encouraged to participate in an online game
Solis, the outgoing secretary of labor, has blatantly favored union interests during her time in office.
Hilda Solis viewed as more union-friendly than her Republican predecessor, Elaine Chao
President Obama: ‘I wish her all the best in her future endeavors’
The DOL is hoping to get its proposal approved before Obama’s term ends.
‘This proposal threatens the First Amendment… The government would literally open the reporters’ notebooks’
‘If you sweep the floor in a solar panel facility, is that a green job?’ Issa presses
Critic: Hilda Solis and Obama appointees ‘have tried to make this day of remembrance about them’
Union not happy at prospect of losing $35 a month parking spaces in Washington, DC
Posters featuring Sharpton, Jackson, Solis: ‘I believe in the power of collective action’
Labor Dept. withdraws farm child labor rule one day after Daily Caller report goes viral
New regulations would make it illegal for children to work on family farms.
‘I started showing sheep when I was four years old. I started with cattle around 8. It’s been very important. I learned a lot of responsibility being a farm kid’
Poster in Labor Dept. elevators: ‘I believe in the power of collective action’
Nearly 13 million people remain unemployed, and 8.3 percent unemployment is painfully high
A proposed regulation aimed at helping disabled workers may backfire.
The ‘Heat Safety Tool’ app provides a color-coded ‘risk level’ scale
“Floundering. Flopping around like a fish on deck. That’s the best description of the Obama administration this summer.”
‘A government job is a gift that keeps on giving’
‘Let me be absolutely clear: The U.S. Department of Labor is a welcoming, diverse and inclusive workplace’