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Cost of living adjustments are implemented in order to counteract the effects of inflation.
Curbside is key to preserving jobs in retail, even if sales floors evolve into mini-fulfillment centers.
California and Florida have adopted different approaches to reopening their economies during the pandemic, and Disney has been straddling alternative paths with diverging outcomes.
Amtrak says it needs $4.9 billion from the federal government to avoid maintenance and jobs cuts.
Recruiting efforts for its stores and distribution centers will kick off on Oct. 14, otherwise known as "National Signing Day."
NASA’s first-ever agency-wide economic impact report shows the space agency’s contribution to the U.S. economy.
The number of Americans applying for state unemployment benefits remained historically high last week.
Chevron is reportedly taking steps to cut 15% of its workforce
According to the Service Trades Council Union, there are 21,627 full-time cast members and 3,877 part-time cast members that have currently been recalled to their jobs during Disney’s phased reopening. Meanwhile, 7,731 full-time and 9,106 part-time Cast members are currently on furlough status.
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Prior to seeking relief in bankruptcy court, the company disclosed that it had secured lenders to support the restructuring process.
When it reopens in the spring, the Boathouse owner Dean Poll reportedly hopes to negotiate with the restaurant’s union to hire back employees based on seniority.
During Dollar Tree's annual hiring event, the company will look to fill full-time and part-time positions within its Dollar Tree and Family Tree stores and distribution centers.
A St. Paul, Minn., hospital treating COVID-19 patients could become a homeless shelter as its parent company faces revenue losses.
The number of U.S. businesses that have sought relief in bankruptcy court is up 33% to date compared to pre-pandemic times, according to new data compiled by legal service firm Epiq.
In a video to employees Monday, Southwest CEO Gary Kelly announced that the airline will need to "sacrifice more" by undergoing pay cuts in an effort to avoid layoffs and furloughs through 2021 amid the coronavirus pandemic's ongoing impact on travel demand.
H&M has been fined more than $41 million for allegedly tracking hundreds of employees’ personal lives on a company database.
A student loan refinance can offer a better alternative to filing bankruptcy.
Black Friday has long been the unofficial start to the U.S. holiday season, though retailers have been pushing holiday shopping earlier for the last decade or so. This year there’s more urgency.