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After Charleston USPS Hearing, Union Workers Still Have Questions

When United States Postal Service (USPS) officials hosted a public hearing earlier this week, they hoped it would clarify the downsizing plans for a Charl...

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Younger Teens Would No Longer Need Work Permits Under Bill

A bill under review in the West Virginia House of Delegates would eliminate work permits for 14 and 15-year-olds, instead requiring the teenagers to receive a state-issued age certificate and parental consent.

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More Miners Opt Into MSHA Program To Reduce Silica Dust Exposure

Chris Williamson, the assistant secretary for Mine Safety and Health at the U.S. Department of Labor, says participation in the Part 90 program is up 750 percent.

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Small Business Workforce Challenges On This West Virginia Morning

As we wind down our series “Help Wanted, Understanding West Virginia’s Labor Force,” Randy Yohe talks to small business owner Brent Sears, who has a rebuttal after hearing our story about the job-seeking services the state’s prime workforce agency provides. 

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