Opinion: If the government wants to revive the American economy, it could start by getting out of the way. In the meantime, you can avoid the roadblocks by hiring a “corporation,” instead of employees.
This week, the U.S. Department of Labor, the New York State Labor Department and the New York State Attorney General’s office entered into an agreement to work together to protect misclassified employees.
Here is a checklist of key issues to consider when negotiating employment agreements.
You've shined your shoes, know where you see yourself in five years and boned up on the firm's bigwigs. Before applying for that dream -- or even interim -- job, you...
Employment law attorney Bill Frumkin and FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl on a court ruling that interns cannot sue for sexual harassment.
Does Jessica Zelinske have a case?
NELP’s Jack Temple on wages dropping by more than 4% for low-income workers.
Arthur Brooks of the American Enterprise Institute on the drop in low-income wages under President Obama.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee weighs in on unions opposing ObamaCare, though she still supports the Affordable Care Act.
FBN 's Cheryl Casone breaks down mid-afternoon market news.
Fatal San Francisco crash has investors watching Beoing
'Special Report' All-Star panel weighs in
Kennedy, Kmele Foster and Matt Welch react to the hate letters people have sent to the Independents.
President Obama took his first action to build momentum for a unilateral national minimum wage hike by announcing an executive order raising the minimum wage for fed...
Minimum wage to rise in 14 states in 2014
Oregon educator speaks out
Fast-food workers returned to the scene on Thursday as they continue their push for increasing the minimum wage.Workers across the country, including Washington, D.C...
Congressman says he will seek treatment