The Senate voted 50-48, along party lines, to eliminate the OSHA rule, which requires employers with more than 10 workers to keep ongoing records of safety incidents for five years after they occur.
Alexander Acosta said that the new rule, currently blocked in court, "creates what I’ll call a stress on the system.”
According to a new survey from software company Atlassian, 94% of American tech workers give their industry a passing grade on diversity, with 60% saying their company is at least making an effort.
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The company contended that because a collective bargaining agreement had expired, Honeywell was no longer required to pay benefits.
Nearly every Fed district noted businesses having trouble filling positions, especially for highly-skilled workers like engineers and IT specialists.