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The Labor Department said this morning 222 thousand jobs were added in the U.S. in June. But the job placement firm Challenger Gray & Christmas says Ohio had the third-largest number of job cuts in the nation in June.

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The Cuayhoga Falls restaurant owned by televangelist Ernest Angley closed without warning on Tuesday, weeks after a court ordered him to pay 388 thousand to a group of unpaid employees 

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A judge has ordered an Ohio televangelist and his restaurant to pay over 388 thousand dollars in wages and damages to a group of employees after finding members of his church were urged to volunteer at the buffet, and it used the unpaid workers. 

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Ohio is a member of a coalition of 21 states suing the Labor Department over a new rule making more higher-earning workers eligible for overtime pay.

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Reverend Ernest Angley is fighting the federal government's claims that he violated child labor and minimum wage laws. 

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The U.S. Department of Labor is suing Akron-area televangelist Ernest Angley and his buffet restaurant for violations of minimum wage, overtime and child labor laws.

Perez Pushes Jobs During Visit To Cleveland

Aug 22, 2014
U.S. Department of Labor

Labor Secretary Thomas Perez was in Cleveland Thursday to promote the Obama Administration's effort to improve employment and working conditions.

The Labor Department says Ohio led the nation in job losses last month.

The Labor Department says first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell by nearly 12 hundred last week due to fewer layoffs in manufacturing.

The Labor Department says the number of Ohioans filing claims for unemployment insurance benefits fell by nearly 14 hundred last week, due to fewer layoffs in transportation and manufacturing.

The Labor Department says the number of Ohioans filing first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits fell by more than 23 hundred last week, due to fewer layoffs in manufacturing.

The Labor Department says the number of Ohioans filing first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits rose by nearly 18 hundred last week, due to layoffs in manufacturing.

The Labor Department says weekly applications for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell by nearly 51 hundred last week due to fewer layoffs in manufacturing.

The Labor Department says the number of Ohioans filing first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits rose last week by more than 7 thousand, due to layoffs in the manufacturing, retail, transportation, health care services and food service sectors.

The Labor Department says the number of Ohioans filing first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits rose by 15 hundred last week due to layoffs in manufacturing.

The Labor Department says first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell by nearly 11 hundred last week, the largest decline in the nation.

The Labor Department says Ohio had the second-largest increase in first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits last week.

The Labor Department says first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio rose by 2 thousand last week, due to layoffs in manufacturing.

The Labor Department says first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell by more than 11 hundred last week, due to fewer layoffs in manufacturing.

Unemployment Rate Declines In August

Sep 20, 2013

Ohio's unemployment rate has increased slightly.

The Labor Department says first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits rose last week from a seven-year low.

The Labor Department says first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits have hit their lowest mark of the year.

Jobless Claims Decline

Aug 1, 2013

The Labor Department says first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits have hit their lowest mark of the year.

The Labor Department says first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits fell last week to their lowest level in more than two months.

Jobless Rate Holds Steady

Jun 21, 2013

Ohio's unemployment rate remained unchanged at 7 percent for the month of May.

The Labor Department says claims for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio rose by more than 23 hundred last week due to layoffs in the manufacturing, finance, communications and service sectors.

The Labor Department says claims for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell last week by nearly 12-hundred due to fewer layoffs in manufacturing.

The Labor Department says Ohio is one of 25 states that saw their unemployment rates increase in January from December.

Ohio Unemployment Claims Decline

Feb 28, 2013

The Labor Department says weekly applications for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell by nearly 23-hundred last week due to fewer layoffs in the manufacturing, transportation, and financial industries.

The Labor Department says the number of weekly applications for unemployment insurance benefits in Ohio fell by nearly 26-hundred last week due to fewer layoffs in manufacturing.

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