President Donald Trump's administration will attempt to revisit an Obama-era law on overtime pay, the Department of Labor announced Monday.
A Minnesota long-term care staffing agency has agreed to pay more than $400,000 in back wages and damages following allegations that it failed to pay almost 100 workers the correct overtime wages, the Department of Labor announced Friday.
An Indiana-based long-term care company has agreed to pay nearly 600 workers back wages and damages after it allegedly failed to correctly calculate their overtime rates, the Department of Labor announced this week.
Julie Harris, Sr. Director of Clinical Services at Merrimack Health Group, was struggling with a common healthcare problem: One of her communities was experiencing staff call-outs and the resulting overtime expenses.
A California nursing home is facing a federal lawsuit over charges that it did not pay workers overtime and fired an employee for cooperating with investigators, according to local news reports.