North Sea Landscaper To Pay $1.1 Million in Back Wages to H-2B Workers Following U.S. Department of Labor Civil Suit - 27 East

North Sea Landscaper To Pay $1.1 Million in Back Wages to H-2B Workers Following U.S. Department of Labor Civil Suit

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Dario's Landscaping ordered to pay $1.1 million in back wages and penalties following U.S. Department of Labor civil suit. TOM GOGOLA

Dario's Landscaping ordered to pay $1.1 million in back wages and penalties following U.S. Department of Labor civil suit. TOM GOGOLA

Tom Gogola on Feb 27, 2024
A mid-February consent ruling in federal court agreed with a U.S. Department of Labor finding that Dario’s Landscaping and Masonry in North Sea had failed to comply with the federal... more

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