Top commanders in the U.S. Army have announced publicly that they have a problem: They have too many "toxic leaders" — the kind of bosses who make their employees miserable.
This powerful Dallas police chief has an unusual and very public way of disciplining wayward employees
The United States' federal minimum wage is $7.25. Mexico's is $5. Per day. Germany doesn't even have one — yet.
As talk builds on Capitol Hill over hiking the federal minimum wage, one city in Washington state is poised to set the highest rate in the nation.
Michael R. Bloomberg loves tropical fish. So when he was elected mayor, he installed two giant aquariums in City Hall.
The world's most well-known fast food corporation is in damage control mode after an internal resource that the company created for its employees embarrassingly advised them to stop eating its own food offerings.
It's the holiday season and Arianna Huffington, the influential woman behind the popular news website that bears her name, is busy buying sweaters - some 700 of them - as gifts to her employees.
A pregnant nurse was fired from her job after she refused a mandatory flu vaccine for fear it could potentially harm her unborn child.
The EPA’s highest-paid employee and a leading expert on climate change deserves to go to prison for at least 30 months for lying to his bosses and saying he was a CIA spy working in Pakistan so he could avoid doing his real job, say federal prosecuto
"Saturday Night Live" has faced criticism this season for adding six new cast members — all white males with the exception of one female.
Hollywood's once-most-feared woman opens up for the first time about being fired by Cruise (and the role Scientology played in their split), why she had to fire her longtime business partner Leslee Dart and her "selfish" life following an unprecedent
Public union sap is once again oozing from the mouths of economic illiterates and union supporters who just don’t understand reality.
Stephen Colbert put the town of Vicco, Ky., on the map this summer after he profiled the town's gay mayor and perhaps-unexpectedly tolerant residents in what some called the greatest segment in the show's history.
Update, and it's official: JUDGE: DETROIT ELIGIBLE FOR IMMEDIATE BANKRUPTCY PROTECTION DETROIT TO REMAIN UNDER BANKRUPTCY COURT PROTECTION, JUDGE SAYS
Though a decade ago civil servants and union members would never have believed it could happen, the stark reality of the situation came to pass this morning.
The stampede for the exits continues at Jill Abramson’s beleaguered New York Times.
Employers tried the carrot, then a small stick. Now they are turning to bigger cudgels.
A Michigan man rejected an offer from Walmart Stores to rehire him after he was fired for helping a woman who was being attacked in the store parking lot during his meal break.
The budget measure that ended the partial government shutdown allows for a 1 percent raise for federal employees in January in addition to providing back pay for those furloughed, according to two Democratic Maryland senators.
An Internet site that reports on issues that emanate from within America’s news rooms said CNN’s Piers Morgan is on the out.
A survery shows that workers across the globe are standing up for better treatment and dignity
Unstructured data has become the best friend and maybe the last defense of the traditional worker.
Linus Torvalds and Intel developer Sarah Sharp met face-to-face on Wednesday, their first public encounter since their mailing list contretemps over the blunt way ........
The increasingly common practice of paying employees with fee-laden prepaid debit cards sparked controversy this summer when a McDonald's worker filed a lawsuit accusing the company of refusing to offer other options.
Thanks to strict termination customs in Japan, some workers have avoided firing by staying in job purgatory at their companies — banished to "chasing-out rooms" to surf the web and read the newspaper.
The Washington Post’s new owner, Jeffrey P. Bezos, long wary of journalists, courted the paper’s editors and reporters in a series of meetings Wednesday, saying that he is optimistic about the future of journalism .....
Question: After I was tested and interviewed by the senior vice president of a local company for a senior executive assistant position, they dropped off the planet and made no contact with me. I sent an e-mail to the V.P. inquiring why .....
The FBI says a Virginia man who won a discrimination lawsuit against the bureau can't be reinstated as a special agent until 2015 because of budget cuts.
DPS director plans to “re-familiarize” his officers with the department’s policy on roadside cavity and strip searches
Government does not create wealth -- it merely taxes and consumes it.