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Atlantic City is planning additional job training as three casinos prepare to shut down over the next few weeks, putting thousands of workers on the street.
Gap, Inc. plans to expand its distribution center in the Hudson Valley, adding up to 1,200 jobs over the next five years while investing $96 million into upgrading the...
Trying to ensure your employees are happy all of the time might not be the best strategy.
Most offices have a standard HR procedure for dealing with serious conflicts, and may even seek to change their policies if something simply "isn't working" as it stands.
A prominent kitchen cabinet manufacturer plans to add 80 jobs and invest $30 million at its West Virginia facility.
Chip supplier Fairchild Semiconductor is eliminating about 1,350 jobs in the U.S. and Asia — about 15 percent of its total workforce — to reduce costs.
A major seed company is being sued by more than 30 migrant farm workers who say they were underpaid while removing tassels from corn in southwestern Michigan.
A union representing Lufthansa's pilots is threatening a new round of strikes in a long-running dispute over wages and early retirement benefits.
The governors of Massachusetts and New Hampshire say they're optimistic a long-running dispute at a New England supermarket chain will be resolved with an agreement to sell it...
Toyota announced Friday it will spend $100 million to boost production of the Highlander SUV at its southwestern Indiana factory, with plans to add 300 workers in the next...
McDonald's has named a new president for its flagship U.S. division, marking the second change in less than two years.
Agricultural equipment maker Deere is laying off about 460 employees indefinitely from an Iowa tractor factory as it continues to adjust to market demand.
When hiring employees, you have more options than you may realize. In some cases, outsourcing some of your staff may give your business exactly what it needs.
The more times you tell your customers you're "sorry," "thank you" or "please" when they come to you for help, the angrier they tend to get, new research finds.