Economists estimated that employers added 469,000 jobs in November
Since the virus is deemed a direct threat, employers have the ability to implement health checks in the workplace that would not normally be allowed under federal law in pre-pandemic times.
National discount department store chain Stein Mart filed for bankruptcy in August after 112 years in business.
The company first sent out $319 million in quarterly bonuses which were added to associates’ Nov. 25 paychecks "following strong third-quarter business performance."
The number of Americans applying for state unemployment benefits remained elevated last week, as a surge in coronavirus cases and colder weather continue to threaten the labor market's recovery from the pandemic.
November bankruptcy filings in the U.S. hit a 14-year low, driven by a decline in individuals filing for protection from creditors as they continue to enjoy the benefits of eviction moratoriums and other government assistance stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
The S&P 500 index hit an all-time high Wednesday for a second straight record close
Even with some parks operating, the "limited capacity due to physical distancing requirements" and the uncertainty of the duration of the pandemic, forced the company to reduce its workforce.
Lockdowns are hitting regional economies.
California improperly paid at least $400 million in unemployment claims to prisoners in local, state and federal institutions.
Like its competitors, Walmart has been shifting operations to cater to the crush of online shoppers.
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The ADP National Employment Report revealed how many jobs private U.S. employers added in November amid a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Traders will digest the first of this week's employment-related reports with the ADP report on private sector jobs
The number of small businesses open in Boston has decreased by 44 percent since the start of the year
The company in July announced plans to cut its workforce by 20% and shut as many as 500 stores
On Tuesday, SmartAsset published a report that found the best metro areas for women entrepreneurs this year.
Unemployment insurance benefits for Americans in 13 states dipped below the poverty line after the extra $600-a-week in federal aid expired at the end of July, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office.
Trader Joe's -- which was founded in California in 1967 -- has more than 500 locations spread over 42 states and the District of Columbia.
The office return rate climbed steadily during the summer and early fall, but it has flattened out.