Should it be a federal crime for businesses to refuse to hire ex-convicts?
A new software trend is turning the painful chore of annual employee reviews into something fun.
It's possible to love your job and get a good salary too: You just have to work for the right company.
Those who climb the ladder from burrito-roller to manager at Chipotle can bring in the big bucks, according to a report by CBS Los Angeles.
A blog called "The Creative Confessional" started life as a place where art directors and copywriters at ad agencies could go to anonymously confess their weird quirks and dislikes about the job.
Larry Page lives by the gospel of 10x. Most companies would be happy to improve a product by 10 percent. Not the CEO and cofounder of Google.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that British Airways violated an employee’s right to freedom of religion by firing her for wearing a crucifix at work.
A Wendy's franchise is slashing employee hours so the owners do not have to pay for health benefits for their workers under ObamaCare's requirements. 100 workers in non-management positions will have their hours cut to 28 a week.
Minting a trillion dollar platinum coin to work around the debt ceiling is...
Imagine that 7 out of 10 working Americans got fired tomorrow. What would they all do?
A former Tory Burch Beverly Hills flagship employee is suing the company and her manager, alleging that she was subjected to horrible treatment there.
California and Illinois on Tuesday joined four others in becoming the union’s only states barring employers from demanding that employees fork over their social-media passwords.
The site where Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting is building a new meetinghouse was damaged by arsonists during Christmas week, and police are now "absolutely" sure the attack was the result of a dispute between members of a construction union and the pr
The foundation of good leadership is based largely on E.Q.—or, more simply put, good people skills.
Two barge worker unions have released a concerning statement, suggesting that a commercial shutdown of the Mississippi River could come as soon as next week.
Right to work laws simply prohibit coercion. They prevent states from forcing employers to operate as closed union shops, and thus they prevent unions from forcing individuals to join. Federal laws empower union bosses to impose dues as a condition o
In 1958, Senate Minority Leader William Knowland, his eye on the 1960 GOP nomination coveted by fellow Californian Richard Nixon, went home and declared for governor.
US breeds a Chinese-style inmate labor scheme on its own soil.
The focus of a few of Paul Krugman's recent blog posts and his most recent New York Times column is robots and how they are fundamentally changing the U.S. labor market.
There was a time in America when virtually anyone that wanted a job could go out and get one and the United States boasted the largest and most prosperous middle class in the history of the world.
The Employment Rate Has Been Under 59 Percent For 39 Months In A Row
Dr. Michio Kaku speaks about how America's poor educational system has created a shortage of Americans who can perform high skilled technology jobs.
In a pair of new interviews, Apple CEO Tim Cook said his company will start manufacturing Mac computers in the United States next year.
Samsung came under renewed criticism from a rights group on Tuesday for illegal work practices at its Chinese suppliers, a day after the South Korean electronics giant admitted excessive overtime and fines for employees in China.
One of Cincinnati’s largest employers fired approximately 150 employees Wednesday for failing to get a required flu shot.
Nine people were arrested Friday in protests against retail giant Walmart. According to a Reuters report, the protesters, who told police they intended to be arrested, were taken into custody.
Walmart protests on Black Friday by some employees are an attempt to shame the company into public action – even though the workers are not organized into a labor union. Extent of Walmart protests still unclear.
Despite all the talk from Peter Thiel and others about how college is a poor investment, a new study from McKinsey finds that one of the biggest employment trends in coming decades will be a shortage of high-skill, college-educated workers for all ad
In corporate America, almost everyone spends their day at the office.
An international trade union has asked ship operators handling goods in Walmart‘s global supply chain to raise concerns with the company about how it treats its US workforce.