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The Idaho unemployment rate dropped for the fifth consecutive month, falling two-tenths of a percentage point to 5.4 percent.
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The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued Wal-Mart Stores on Wednesday, alleging that one of its store managers harassed, unfairly treated, and ultimately fired a 54-year-old employee because of his age and illness.
Ryan Barnhouse came to the Bentonville Armed Forces Reserve Center on Thursday looking for a job and needed someone to help him translate his skills.
If you work hard and play by the rules, US Senator Tammy Baldwin says, you should have the opportunity for success without suffering in a hostile environment.
Many employees aren't paid for the overtime they work, a fact that's prompted President Obama to push for changes to labor rules.
Authorities in Douglas County say nine good Samaritans and two firefighters rescued a man from his burning truck during a chain reaction crash on I-20 west of Atlanta.
On Thursday, New Hampshire's Senate voted 23 to zero in favor of a bill aimed at closing the state's gender wage gap.
The suits allege that McDonald's has forced employees to work off the clock, not paid them overtime and struck hours off their time cards.
YOU MAY NOT believe it, but there really are government forces trying to help you become better informed about your workplace retirement plan.
Bypassing Congress, President Barack Obama intends to order changes in overtime rules so employers would be required to pay millions more workers for the extra time they put in on the job.
In the aftermath of the Great Recession, hundreds of thousands of Americans are pursuing degrees and certificates in science, technology, engineering, and math in the hopes of establishing stable careers in lucrative fields.
Unlike this outspoken character, most practitioners are mum about the realities of myopia - the fact that it could easily be prevented, and even cured.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued Wal-Mart Stores of Texas in federal court in Dallas on Wednesday, alleging that a supervisor harassed and ultimately fired a 54-year-old employee because of his age and illness.
Congratulations to blog-emeritus Paul Secunda for being named Vice-Chair of the Department of Labor's ERISA Advisory Council.
An Atlanta branch of a Minnesota-based food production company was slapped with 32 health and safety violations, federal regulators announced Wednesday.