Here’s what parents are doing to stay afloat as states reopen after the coronavirus lockdown.
Here’s how workers think workplaces should change after the coronavirus, according to the Prudential “Pulse of American Worker Survey.”
Workers who choose to enter the program will have their health care premiums covered in full by Starbucks through Sept. 30.
According to data from Cambridge Mobile Telematics (CMT), drivers sped up their commutes during the first two weeks of May compared to last year.
Shopify CEO Tobi Lutke said the e-commerce company is moving largely toward a permanent work-from-home policy.
These are the top 10 cities with the lowest unemployment rates, according to March data.
The number comes on the heels of the April jobs report, which revealed that in the span of one month, more than 20 million people found themselves out of work.
These are the top 10 cities with the highest unemployment rates, according to March data.
While the majority of employees believe their employers took the right precautions to ensure their safety and well-being during the coronavirus pandemic, a number of workers remain concerned about their jobs. Here are the steps you can take if you're worried about losing your job in the crisis.
The majority of Google employees are expected to work from home through the end of 2020.
Unemployment for women spiked to 16.2 percent from 3.4 percent as recently in February.
Sheryl Sandberg says companies must do their part to support families and caregivers working from home during COVID-19.
Now, more Americans are working from home than ever before.
The nationwide survey could be a window into how the pandemic could create long-lasting effects on women’s careers and advancements.
In the six weeks since widespread shutdowns began, more than 30 million Americans have lost their job
Economists expected 3.5 million Americans to apply for unemployment benefits last week.
NFL employees with the title of manager or above will take salary reductions.
Employees privileged enough to work from home are racking up paid time off. Here's how much it could cost companies
Experts say it's possible for the U.S. job market to expect health and safety jobs to stay around long after COVID-19 dissipates.
The state isn’t sure how many nontraditional workers have applied for unemployment, but it has received about 75,000 claims that were initially deemed ineligible.