Lawsuit claims Bethesda company denied workers wages they earned
Every major airport built since has done roughly the same thing, only now they use trains, rather than mobile lounges. Dulles really broke the old mold and started a new mold. Helping Childrens Hospital Pass the hat. Put out the coffee can. Hang an interoffice envelope on your door. Those are just a few ways to organize your co-workers into donating to Childrens National Medical Center during our annual fund drive.
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22 in U.S. District Court, accuses WMS Solutions, which also has offices in Baltimore, of violating state and federal regulations by making employees pay for job-related equipment and training out of pocket and not paying them for time spent in required training courses. WMS supplies temporary employees to contractors to work in asbestos, mold and lead removal work, according to the complaint. The plaintiffs are seeking unpaid wages and the costs of training programs, physicals and personal protection equipment that the company is required by law to provide to employees at no cost, the complaint says.
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Annapolis public housing community to get a makeover
The answer to Newtowne’s woes won’t be clear for several months, at least. The housing authority just issued a “request for qualifications” to get an idea of whether private companies or organizations are interested in participating. After getting feedback, there will be a more formal request for proposals a few months later. The request seeks ideas for “comprehensive community revitalization” for Newtowne 20, which could run the gamut from renovations to rebuilding, possibly changing the number of units or even the configuration of the neighborhood currently two cul-de-sac courts at the end of Newtowne Drive. Official say the revised neighborhood may include traditional public housing units as well as some market-rate units.
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