U.S. Department of Transportation Permanently Bans Commercial Drivers Convicted of Human Trafficking

Following President Trump’s signature of the “No Human Trafficking on Our Roads Act,” the FMCSA has issued this new rule to prohibit an individual from operating a CMV for life if that individual uses a CMV in committing a felony involving a severe form of human trafficking.

Federal Agencies Consider Altering H-2A Program for Temporary Ag Labor

Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue says the proposed rule "will increase access to a reliable legal agricultural workforce, easing unnecessary burdens on farmers, increase enforcement against fraud and abuse, all while maintaining protections for America’s workers."

Secretary Perdue Visits Sysco for Signing of the Pledge to America’s Workers

Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today visited Sysco Corporation in San Diego, California to tour the facilities and join the company’s signing of the Pledge...

Edifecs to establish East Coast presence in Georgia

The company specializes in creating healthcare information technology (Health IT) products that provide data exchange and data management solutions for a majority of the nation’s leading health plans

Stitch Fix to Open Facility, Create 900+ Jobs in Georgia

The Peach State is continuing its steady trend of announcements for economic development in different counties in Georgia.

Amazon to Build New Fulfillment Center, Create 1,000 Jobs in 2 Counties

In addition, Amazon will hire for roles in human resources, operations management, safety, security, finance, and information technology.

Georgia Power names Jason Cuevas Northeast Region Vice President

This also means he will be over the Plant Vogtle project.

Southeastern Grocers Donates More Than $1.2 Million in Honor of U.S. Military Heroes

The company, which is the parent of company of Winn Dixie, BI-LO, and Harvey's, said it exceeded its goal with the donation of 243 scholarships to families of fallen and disabled military.

Kroger to Pay $40,000 to Settle EEOC Disability Discrimination Lawsuit

The incident at a Georgia Kroger led to the lawsuit. In addition to the $40,000 in monetary relief, the consent decree settling the suit requires Kroger to make significant changes to its new-hire process.

VIDEO: Georgia Power Says Progress at Plant Vogtle is “Significant”

The project has reached an all-time high with approximately 8,000 workers now currently on site.