Gwinnett County firm stiffs workers OT pay in case resolved by federal Labor Dept.

A Gwinnett County granite installation company that didn’t pay its workers overtime was among four firms cited Wednesday by the federal government – including one that stiffed its workers out of $1.5 million at a Marine military base, plus one cited Tuesday for shorting workers at an Air Force base in Panama City, Fl. wrecked by Hurricane Michael.


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It takes a community to end human trafficking

By Guest Columnist JIMMY ETHEREDGE, senior managing director, Accenture – U.S. Southeast

Last summer, I joined more than 250 representatives from the private, public, faith, educational, advocacy, and civic sectors, who convened at Mercedes Benz Stadium and committed to support a three-year strategic plan to address the risk factors that accelerate human trafficking in Atlanta.