Senate Panel Approves DOL Nominee by Narrow Vote
Members voted along party lines to approve R. Alexander Acosta as Labor secretary during a private session.
Does Uncle Sam comply with the DOL fiduciary rule?
The rickety Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. keeps collecting premiums from employers.
Emergency request to block fiduciary rule filed in Texas court
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and industry groups suing the Labor Department over its fiduciary rule in a Texas court have filed an emergency request asking a judge to stop the rule.
DOL issues temporary enforcement policy on fiduciary rule
Field Assistance Bulletin sets out policy if Labor fails to delay rule’s applicability date before April 10.
DOL proposes 60-day fiduciary rule delay
The Department of Labor has released a proposed rule to extend for 60 days the applicability date of its legislated fiduciary standard.
7 things Trump's new DOL pick knows about benefits
R. Alexander Acosta started South Florida's federal health care fraud strike force.
Four Republicans withhold support for Puzder to head Labor
Collins, Murkowski, Scott and Isakson might still vote for the executive, but they might not.
Wells Fargo Faces ‘Top-to-Bottom’ Review, Labor Department Says
Senators questioned whether workers were denied overtime pay; Labor Secretary Perez says in letter he ordered investigation.
Feds extend Form 5500 revision comment period
Parties have until Dec. 5 to comment on the proposed Schedule J group health form.
Job openings in U.S. jumped in March to second-highest on record
Professional services show the biggest gain in help wanted, and more Americans also quit their jobs, indicating confidence in the market.