Six Nike executives have left the company stretching back to last month.
The big grocery chain will detail how it will spend tax reform savings later this month.
The Midwest is facing an unusual problem: There are too many jobs and too few employees.
The U.S. economy is expected to add 193,000 nonfarm jobs in March with the unemployment rate moving a tick lower to 4%.
Big Apple legislation would give employees the right to disconnect.
A new survey finds U.S. companies, anticipating tax savings from the newly passed Tax Cut and Jobs Act, are using their cash windfall to reinvest in their workforce.
The company seeks to cut costs after a sales decline from 2012 to 2016.
Concern over automation’s impact may be misdirected, according to a new study.
Non-stop job creation since the election has yielded 2.9 million jobs and more Americans willing to seek employment. Is this the perfect economy?
U.S. employers added 313,000 jobs in February, beating expectations for an increase of 200,000 jobs after January’s better-than-expected reading.
The company has been advocating for protection against what it says are unfair trade practices in China.
Think the most difficult jobs are Alaska crab fisherman, hepatitis food tester or Kim Jong Un's personal bikini waxer, but it's actually the White House Communications Director.
As automation eliminates jobs and creates other opportunities in the labor market, a new study suggests employees will need to learn new skills in order to transition into the “workforce of tomorrow.”
BH Media Group joins Vox Media in reducing headcount as the industry struggles.
Poorest in Stockton will get $500 per month for a year – no strings attached.
The boss at the world’s largest recruiting firm recommends a positive approach to landing a dream position.
Professional show dog handlers can walk 20 to 25 dog per show, charging $120 each.
The retailer announces that it’s closing a distribution center in Wisconsin while stepping up employment at its beauty salons.
The e-commerce giant reducing staff at its Seattle base even as its global headcount grows and the company looks for a second headquarters city.
CEO Nigel Travis is also concerned about the disruptive effects of companies such as Amazon.