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The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division has ordered staffing firm Broadway Healthcare Management LLC to pay about 150 workers it placed in nursing homes $636,410 in back wages; the division also ordered the payment of $97,388 in legal and investigative costs. In a 2008 investigation, the division found that the Hackensack, NJ-based staffing firm cheated employees out of overtime pay, and the firm was then ordered to pay back wages. But the division recently found the firm had not complied with the original order and committed the same violations, resulting in a contempt finding and a new order.
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