Posts Tagged ‘wages’

Employment agency agrees to pay workers for overtime

LAFAYETTE, La.  — An industrial services employment agency has agreed to pay nearly $2 million in back wages to more than 2,000 employees following a U.S. Labor Department investigation. The Labor Department said Lafayette, La.-based Hutco Inc. employees in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas were denied overtime compensation as a result of the company’s improper payment […] [...]

Business settles with government, to pay workers back wages

by Associated Press Published: November 18,2012

Tags: back wages, construction, contractor, federal government, pay, roof, roofer, roofing, salary, settlement, wages

GULFPORT — Mandal’s Inc. has agreed with the U.S. Department of Labor to pay 94 employees $85,106 in back wages. The Labor Department said in a news release that its Wage and Hour Division found the company had paid the employees “straight time” for hours worked beyond 40 in a work week. The government says […] [...]

Last minute tax advice for 2012

by Becky Gillette Published: April 15,2012

Tags: dividends, IRS, tax penalties, taxes, wages

So it is tax day, this year on April 17 due to a Monday Emancipation Day holiday on April 16. But you haven’t filed a return, or asked for an extension. If you have asked for an extension, you might not have paid the estimated taxes due. Any of those things could bode badly for […] [...]

City borrows money to cover payroll expenses

by Associated Press Published: January 4,2012

Tags: budget, loans, municipal government, salaries, wages

NATCHEZ — The city of Natchez has borrowed $350,000 of its $400,000 tax-anticipation loan since December to help cover payroll expenses. City Clerk Donnie Holloway tells The Natchez Democrat the city originally budgeted for the $400,000 tax-anticipation loan, but he said the city would not need the additional $50,000. The Natchez Board of Aldermen approved […] [...]

Former USProtect workers to get millions in back pay

by MBJ Staff Published: November 29,2011

Tags: back pay, courts, federal government, lawsuit, pay, salaries, security, settlement, wages

SILVER SPRINGS, Md. — The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland has approved a global settlement that allows the U.S. Department of Labor to recover $7,968,744 in back wages, fringe benefits and 401(k) plan assets for more than 2,000 security guards formerly employed by USProtect Corp., a defunct Silver Spring company that provided […] [...]

Labor orders ISMG to pay employee back wages

by Associated Press Published: March 28,2011

Tags: aerospace, back wages, investigation, labor, pay, salary, wages

HANCOCK COUNTY — The U.S. Department of Labor says International Security Management Group will pay more than $282,000 in back wages to 46 security employees at the Stennis Space Center in Hancock County. Labor Department officials say in a news release that the agreement was reached after an investigation showed the company had failed to […] [...]

BEA: State ranks last in U.S. in personal income

by Associated Press Published: March 24,2011

Tags: pay, personal income, salaries, wages

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — Personal income in Mississippi rose slightly faster than the national average in 2010 — but the state ranked at the bottom of the United States, the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis reports. The BEA said that personal income in Mississippi rose 3.1 percent, slightly higher than the 3 percent national figure. But […] [...]

Report: Paychecks remain largely unchanged

by Wally Northway Published: September 20,2010

Tags: compensation, earnings, economy, wages

WASHINGTON — Real average hourly earnings for all employees was unchanged from July to August, seasonally adjusted, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports. This result stems from a 0.3 percent increase in average hourly earnings, which was offset by a 0.3 percent increase in the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U). Real […] [...]

Workers earn less

by Wally Northway Published: November 20,2009

Tags: salaries, wages

Real average hourly earnings fell 0.1 percent from September to October, seasonally adjusted, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports. A 0.3 percent increase in the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W) slightly offset a 0.3 percent increase in average hourly earnings for production and non-supervisory workers. Since reaching a […] [...]

Recent Posts

Polls

How ready is your business for health care reform?

View Results

The MBJ poll should not be considered a scientific one. Results reflect only the opinion of those who participate.

Loading ... Loading ...

Recent Comments