Business groups are fighting to stop an Obama administration regulation.
According to OSHA, the company suspended Ohio workers for reporting injuries.
Republican lawmakers are demanding a meeting with the head of the National Labor Relations Board (...
The action comes more than a year after a federal court struck down the regulations.
Supreme Court justices' questions signal a ruling that could temper presidential authority.
The New York Republican says he could support an increase to the minimum wage, but not without...
The lawsuit builds on a successful challenge of similar rules imposed by NLRB.
A top official defended new benchmarks for contractors to hire veterans and disabled people.
New rules would remove duplicative employment regulations from the agency's books.
It's alleged Walmart illegally fired and threatened workers for union activities.
The Labor secretary's remarks follow regulations setting new hiring benchmarks for government...
Transportation unions want new regulations for train crews and bus drivers.
Officials assured Republicans they have “prohibited” OSHA from taking enforcement actions.
First lady Michelle Obama on Monday announced a new commitment from the private sector to hire more...
“I’m not being Pollyannaish about this,” the veteran lawmaker said Wednesday.
Senate Dems are pressing the president to raise the minimum wage for federal contractors.
The NLRB declined to appeal decisions striking down the contentious regulations.
A pair of GOP senators accuse the agency of defying congressional intent.
Republicans seemed reluctant to support David Weil for the Labor's Wage and Hour Division.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has removed the union that represents commuter...
Republicans are charging the Obama administration with trying to overregulate workers who provide...
Companies with 250 or more workers would be required to file publicly accessible reports.
After just three months on the job, Labor Secretary Tom Perez is pleased with how his tenure is...
Newly installed Labor Secretary Thomas Perez is presiding over a burst of rule-making.