Law360 (August 28, 2018, 6:25 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday said it's creating a new sub-office tasked with helping businesses comply with the more than 100 wage, safety and benefits laws it administers.
The Office of Compliance Initiatives will work with the DOL's various enforcement-focused sub-agencies on their compliance outreach, the agency said in a statement. Its jobs will include keeping businesses and workers up-to-date on the law and developing new ways to use data to bolster compliance and enforce the law, the DOL said.
Tuesday's announcement coincided with the launches of worker.gov and employer.gov, which answer some of these groups' frequently asked questions...
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