USDOL

AcronymDefinition
USDOLUnited States Department of Labor
References in periodicals archive ?
IPI did not know the terms surrounding the settlement deal between MCC and the USDOL.
This time, there was one difference: These 22 men paved the way as the first IDOC-registered apprentices in the USDOL apprenticeship program.
Finally, while most employers are aware of the involvement of the federal government in workplace immigration matters, not all are aware of the fact that the USDOL plays a role in enforcing federal immigration policy.
While the USDOL could also start auditing a greater percentage of the cases, causing delays in getting approval and leading to more denials - and expense - for employers, it is unclear whether Puzder's pragmatic approach will carry the day over Trump's more aggressive attitude on the subject.
The Current Population Survey (CPS) generated the unpublished data used in this study (USDOL, 2002a; USDOL, 2002b).
Twenty years after the institutional grant program was ended, the Center continues to provide the full range of services initially envisioned by the USDOL.
162) Following remand by the United States Supreme Court to reconsider the decision in light of Pegram, the USDOL has filed a second brief repudiating the position it took in the previous pleading.
USDOL, October 1989); National Commission for Employment Policy, Coordinating Federal Assistance Programs for the Economically Disadvantaged: Recommendations and Background Materials (Washington, D.
The USDOL takes the position that employers may deduct pay from exempt employees' salaries for full-day absences (or as discipline for major safety violations) without losing exempt status for such employees but may not dock exempt employees' salaries for partial day absences or for tardiness.
USDOL OSHA (1989), Occupational Exposure to Asbestos, Tremolite, Anthophyllite, and Actinolite, Current Rule 29 CFR 1910.