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While federal workplace safety inspectors are used to some employers' disregard for workplace safety, the response of a Chicago-area carpentry...

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The impetus for OSHA’s Multi-Employer Citation Policy in the 1990s? To prevent employers who had workers at the same jobsite from pointing fingers...

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Nonfarm payroll employment increased in 44 states and the District of Columbia in September compared to the previous month while six states lost jobs.

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The latest trend in employee disengagement is quiet quitting, which is the currently popular way of describing an employee who does the bare minimum...

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"The level of workplace safety and health for this Maine wood products manufacturing facility is commendable," said OSHA Regional Administrator...

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Single-family housing starts declined further in September as high mortgage rates, ongoing building material production disruptions and flagging...

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The Madison Area Builders Association worked with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County to provide a summer program full of highly engaging skilled...

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“Builder Mart is the largest, one-day building industry trade show in the country and entering its 50th year as the premier home builder, developer...

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A Millersburg, Ohio, contractor now faces more than $1 million in penalties after an inspection by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational...

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Average hourly earnings for residential building workers continue to rise in August but at a slower pace.

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The count of open, unfilled jobs for the overall economy fell 10% in August, declining from almost 11.2 million to 10.05 million.

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Construction added a total of 19,000 jobs in September, with the bulk of those gains coming on the nonresidential side, signaling that the Federal...

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