President Joe Biden withdrew nominations for three Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board nominees made by predecessor Donald Trump.
Marty Walsh promised to prioritize workers' rights and fix pension plan funding should he be confirmed to lead the Labor Department.
New guidance on missing participants from the Labor Department is helpful, but for stakeholders it presents concerns of its own.
The Department of Labor appointed five new members to its ERISA Advisory Council.
President Trump reintroduced three nominations to the Federal Retirement Thrift board, along with Judy Shelton to serve on the Fed board.
The nominations of three men to the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board has not yet been approved by the full Senate.
The Senate confirmed Eugene Scalia as the next secretary of Labor on Thursday in a 53-44 vote.
Labor Secretary nominee Eugene Scalia says in Senate testimony he'd seek a balance between regulatory authorities on the fiduciary rule.
Uncertainty surrounds the fate of the SECURE Act as efforts in the Senate to move the bill via unanimous consent have hit a snag.
Inaction in Washington on Social Security could lead to massive uncertainty for Americans' retirements.
Getting Americans to better prepare more for retirement was the topic of a House Ways and Means Committee hearing Wednesday in Washington.
The ERISA Industry Committee is asking the DOL to develop guidance for plan administrators tasked with finding missing participants.