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Rick Ross Says 'When You're Running A Business, There Will Be Mistakes' In Response To Wingstop U.S. Labor Department Allegations

Rick Ross admits that even bosses make mistakes, but there’s power in holding yourself accountable. Following reports that his family business, Boss Wings Enterprises LLC, is under investigation by the U.S. Labor Department, the 46-year-old emcee took to social media to address the claims. The company has been fined more than $100,000 for alleged violations at five of its Wingstop locations located in the state of Mississippi.

Shanique Yates

Aug 18, 2022

U.S. Department of Labor Approves Black-Led Tech Startup ChargerHelp! As Leader in Workforce Development

Workforce development is a sector across all industries that contributes to America’s economic superpower to create jobs rapidly. In an effort to maintain that reputation, the U.S. Department of Labor has officially approved Black-led tech startup ChargerHelp! — the first and only on-demand repair app for electric vehicle charging stations founded by LA natives Kameale C. Terry and Evette Ellis — for an O-NET Code. According to a press release, this code is the official identification for occupational information used by students, job seekers, and businesses. Thus, ChargerHelp! now has the ability to create more job opportunities for certified technicians. “The validation and value the U.S. Department of Labor’s O-net code brings to any industry and workforce development is extremely vital,” said Ellis — co-founder and Chief Workforce Officer — in a statement. “We are honored to have lead the way and laid the foundation for our technicians to be nationally recognized by name and...

Njera Perkins

Jan 5, 2021