Federal Judge Rules Au Pair Wage Case Should Go AheadA case should go ahead against companies that provide au pairs to families across the country, a federal judge said in an opinion that noted evidence from the plaintiffs that the companies cooperated to keep wages low.
Group Protests Goodwill For Paying Disabled Workers Under Minimum WageJust 20 cents an hour -- that's how much some employees at Goodwill claim they're making because they're disabled.
Carlos Miguel's Chain To Pay Back Wages To 58The U.S. Labor Department says a Mexican restaurant chain in Colorado has been told to pay $73,132 in back wages to 58 current and former cooks and dishwashers following an investigation.
Denver Officers Could Get More Than $7M In Comp TimeThe city of Denver may have to give police officers more than $7 million worth of comp time.

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