Business Management - Government/Governmental
Even though Fox Group paid all invoices that far exceeded minimum wage rates, the Department of Labor said it was still responsible.
A U.S. Department of Labor consent judgment requires Lansdale, Pa.-based Fox Bindery to pay $274,183 in back wages and an equal amount in liquidated damages to 556 current and former employees. The agency also assessed the employer and its president, Henry J. "Hank" Fox, a $50,000 civil penalty.
Fox Bindery Inc. and owner Henry J. Fox are require to pay a total of $598,366 in back wages, damages and penalties.
Promo Marketing sat down with Brian Porter, senior VP of sales and marketing for Starline, to talk about the impact of tariffs.
The Dead Tree Edition takes a look at a report released this week by a presidential task force and how it would affect the USPS.
In exchange for concessions from China, the U.S. agreed to a 90-day negotiation period before its 25% tariff increase goes into effect.
A petition has been started by employees and other stakeholders of the GPO to encourage Senate to confirm Robert Tapella as director.
Although the USPS reported operating revenue of $70.6 billion for FY 2018, it reported a net loss for the year of $3.9 billion.