Trone, President of the Foundation for Fiduciary Studies, and who was recently appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Labor
to represent the investment counseling industry on the ERISA Advisory Council.
Last November, U.S. Secretary of Labor
Elaine Chao joined the BTEA, BCTC, representatives from the City of New York, OSHA, the FDNY and the contractors working at Ground Zero, in signing a worker safety agreement for the World Trade Center Emergency Project.
Herman, former U.S. secretary of labor
, received the first Leaders for Change award at the Clairol/styleWorks fundraising breakfast on Oct.
1 workplace injury in America," Assistant U.S. Secretary of Labor
citizens enrolled in employer-sponsored HMOs, according to the U.S. Secretary of Labor
, and ERISA preemption can deprive them of state law protections against misconduct by HMO doctors.
The police board argued that as supervisory personnel, the sergeants and lieutenants were exempt from the FLSA as "bona fide executive, administrative or professional employees." The Court agreed but on very narrow grounds that largely leave intact the very tight definition by the U.S. Secretary of Labor
of the "executive, administrative and professional" exemption.
U.S. Secretary of Labor
Robert Reich commented on the new contract, saying, "The union has reached its goal of establishing an important measure of job security for its members," and he added that the contract included, "provisions that further strengthen work-place democracy and provide for miners to have a real say in the way work is performed."
Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that ERISA gives only the U.S. secretary of labor
authority to bring an action against nonfiduciaries based on their knowing participation in a fiduciary breach.
Policymakers, including U.S. Secretary of Labor
Alexander Acosta, believe that the overtime threshold is overdue for some kind of increase, and most observers believe the Labor Department is likely to adopt a new rule that raises the threshold less dramatically, either through incremental increases or different salary tests depending on location, company size, or type of role.
The final rule was recently issued by U.S. Secretary of Labor