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Enterprise Rent-A-Car of Baltimore ordered to pay millions in bias case

An administrative law judge for the U.S. Department of Labor ordered Enterprise Rent-A-Car of Baltimore to pay more than $6.6 million in a discrimination case regarding the treatment of African-American job applicants. Administrative Law Judge Morris D. Davis found Enterprise RAC Co. ...

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Md. gets $2M grant to support new apprenticeship programs

The U.S. Department of Labor has given a $2 million grant to the Maryland Department of Labor for registered apprenticeship programming in the state. The money will be used to provide additional staffing and outreach to businesses interested in making new apprenticeship ...

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Judge denies motion to dismiss lawsuit by Chimes’ health plan administrator

A federal judge Monday denied a motion to dismiss in a lawsuit against Chimes International Ltd. alleging the Baltimore-based nonprofit breached its fiduciary duty as overseer of its employee health plan. The amended complaint, filed in June by the U.S. Department of ...

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Maryland adds 13,500 jobs in May, new estimates show

Maryland has posted job gains in four of five months this year after adding 13,500 jobs in May, according to estimates released Friday by the U.S. Department of Labor. The five-digit increase follows a similar gain in April, when Maryland ...

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