"Forced injections mandated by the federal government are nothing short of subsidized medical apartheid," the Republican from North Carolina said.
A recent ManpowerGroup study found nearly 40 percent of job candidates ranked schedule flexibility in their top three factors in career decisions.
The Department of Justice and the Department of Labor announced separate settlements with Facebook on Tuesday.
Low job take-up is not a result of a labor shortage, the former labor secretary argues, but American workers demanding better wages and childcare support.
OSHA's new rule would focus on heat related illnesses in workplaces after record high temperatures caused hundreds of deaths in the Pacific Northwest.
Herd immunity cannot be achieved through herd mentality—individual choice, not forcible mandates, is the only path forward.
According to economists, pandemic-related factors made for the highest hiring numbers ever recorded by the Labor Department.
Sarku Hibachi Grill & Buffet in Surfside Beach, South Carolina, required servers paid an hourly wage of $3 or less to share their tips with the owner and manager, an investigation found.
"Our labor force is healing, our economy is reopening, and people are getting back to work, but we still have a way to go," said Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh.
Though a majority of Americans make more than the current minimum wage, it's estimated roughly 17 million workers will still be paid below $15-an-hour by 2025.
The June report showed a rapidly recovering U.S. economy that was performing better than expected, unlike April's numbers, which fell over 700,000 jobs short of forecasted estimates.
Around 15.8 million Americans received unemployment aid during the week of May 8 according to a report from the Labor Department.
Kansas and Florida, two states with Republican governors, are also considering ending the federal unemployment benefit.
"The solution is to actually pay a living wage," the New York progressive tweeted.
The president tried to appear optimistic about the jobs report. When he mentioned the commentators' reaction he laughed.
"Neither the Fair Labor Standards Act nor Georgia law require breaks or meal periods be given to workers," the state's Labor Department says on its website.
The police-released footage shows the accident, which critically injured the 14-year-old.
Police across the U.S. say calls and angry people holding tax forms have swamped law enforcement departments with claims of unemployment fraud and ID theft.
570,000 people from Uighur regions in Northwestern China were forcibly sent to pick cotton under a labor program that targeted minority groups, The Center for Global Policy reported.
The Government Accountability Office said backlogs inflated unemployment numbers during the coronavirus pandemic.
The report said that Uyghurs in China "endure dreadful conditions" in forced labor factories.
If Congress passes new legislation offering COVID-19 relief, people who received $300 payments from the Lost Wages Assistance program may need to return it if the payments overlap.
State officials are working with the U.S. Attorney's Office and the U.S. Department of Labor to see if similar schemes are happening in other states.
Even after receiving initial unemployment claims, some states have been slow in sending out financial assistance.
The deputy secretary and wage and hour administrator of the U.S. Department of Labor defend the Department's coronavirus response.
Earlier this month, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the national unemployment rate had risen to 14.7 percent.
"I don't want to sugarcoat any of this because it's so difficult. I don't think the numbers are going to turn up in the next few weeks," Larry Kudlow cautioned.
More than 20 million Americans lost their jobs in the last month, and unemployment among African-Americans has hit 16.7 percent.
"At the high end, we will have returned to a level of employment last experienced in the mid-1990s," economist Elise Gould wrote.