(PAI) - The first in what could be a series of unhappy steps took place in conjunction with the National Labor Relations Board's Oakwood/Kentucky River decisions, in which nurses and potentially millions of workers could be declared supervisors and thus unprotected by U.S. labor law. ..
Overall U.S. construction spending is expected to drop next year, led by a rapid decline in housing construction. ..
WASHINGTON (PAI) - The rate of workplace injuries and illnesses declined slightly in 2005, the Labor Department reported, citing numbers from the the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) ..
Prostate cancer is one of the most prevalent forms of cancer among American men, especially African-Americans. By age 75, 50 to 75 percent of American men will have cancerous changes in their prostate. ..
DETROIT - If there are any more structural or logistical skeletons in the closets of the massive Book-Cadillac hotel - where a $180 million renovation project is ramping up - they shouldn't affect progress on returning the building to its former glory, its developer said last month. ..
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