Employers Likely to Notice Change After Acosta’s Departure From DOL

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U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Secretary Alexander Acosta’s announcement that he is leaving his post amid controversy over his role in a lenient plea deal for multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein is likely to bring a change in tone to the agency.

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Acosta’s resignation will be effective a week after his July 12 announcement. He had faced increasing pressure to resign since the July 6 arrest of Epstein on sex trafficking charges by federal prosecutors in New York. The new charges come more than 10 years after the 2008 plea deal that allowed Epstein to avoid federal

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