Members of two unions in a Verizon contract "Communications Workers of America" and the "International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers" are on strike. CNBC's Mary Thompson reports the issues involve pensions, call center jobs and workers assignments as part of the strike.
Members of two unions with a Verizon contract "Communications Workers of America" and the "International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers" are on strike, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson. The strike does not include wireless service workers.
Police in New York could soon be equipped with a device to find out if a driver involved in a crash was texting while driving.
The German bank halts its plans to hire 250 additional workers in Cary, North Carolina.
San Francisco became the first U.S. city to mandate six weeks of fully paid parental leave, requiring employers to shoulder much of the cost.
Ben Strauss, contributing writer for The New York Times, and Andrew Zimbalist, Robert A. Woods Professor of Economics at Smith College, debate whether college athletes should be paid by the NCAA.
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The outgoing CEO of The Admiral Group will split the money between his full-time staff holding over one year of service.
Free bacon and bicycle repairs are among the quirkier job benefits on offer in the U.K., according to Glassdoor.
Millennials are the biggest fans of high-deductible plans but put the least amount of money into health-savings accounts.
Insurance broker Stride Health is partnering with major start-ups from Uber to Etsy.
The National Association for Business Economics released its quarterly survey results on Monday.
This is the year that you’ve decided you will retire! Here are three moves to make now before you leave your job.
2015 was a big year for higher minimum pay, and wage advocates want to see more wage gains in 2016.
Only 59 percent of workers are to work part of the last week of 2015.
November marks the eighth continous increase in U.S. wages
Workers at German warehouses are on a new strike as part of a long-running dispute over pay and conditions.
The holidays are meant to be fun, but research shows December is the most stressful month for workers and reduces productivity.
Debra Corey, director of Reward Gateway, explains why some employees will do anything to avoid the annual Christmas party.
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