U.S. Department of Labor
Nearly 100 Michigan hotel workers will get a total of $50,000 in back wages and damages following a labor violations case.
Automation Alley said this week it has awarded $1 million in technical training grants to 24 area companies through the second round of its federally funded Technical Talent Development Program Challenge Fund.
Secure-24, a provider of IT operations, application outsourcing and cloud computing, announced that it has been selected as a recipient of the Challenge Fund Award through Automation Alley’s Technical Talent Development Program
Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, announces the application packet for the Technical Talent Development Program’s Challenge Fund is now available to its nearly 1,000 member employers.
The Occupational Health and Safety Administration says it found 10 serious safety violations at the plant, including failing to make sure employees don’t work under suspended loads and stay clear of loads being lifted by cranes.
Good news is hard to come by in the labor movement these days, but the United Auto Workers Union has something to smile about.
Troy-based Automation Alley said Tuesday that it will now provide IT training and industry certifications to eligible youth and dislocated workers, as well as career readiness training, job placement assistance and internship opportunities. This program […]