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First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 205,000 in the most recent week, up slightly from the 196,000 claims reported for the previous week. » Read More
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By: Caroline Gao, special to CNBC.com
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One of the first randomized clinical studies of a corporate wellness program tracking 30,000 workers reveals companies may need to temper expectations on better health outcomes and lower health-care spending. There's still more promise than payoff.
Women earn $25 an hour on average, 79% of what their male counterparts make, which is $32 an hour, according to a new study from the ADP Research Institute
When you stand still on trade, you fall behind. Nowhere is this more apparent for the United States than in Japan, the world's third largest economy and a top market for U.S. exports, writes Tom Donohue, CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
British workers' pay grew at its joint fastest pace in over a decade, adding to suggestions that Brexit uncertainty is prompting firms to hire workers.
The South Korean city of Gwangju has seen a steady exodus of manufacturing jobs move to low-cost countries. Many job seekers say they would work for the plant in a heartbeat.
The emergence of sensor and other technologies that let businesses track, listen to and even watch employees while on company time is raising concern about corporate levels of surveillance.
There are more workers over 65 now than ever before. Yet the legal safeguards shielding them from age discrimination have weakened. The Protecting Older Workers Against Discrimination Act is trying to fix that, and it has notable bipartisan support.
More than a dozen Democratic senators introduced a bill on Thursday to overhaul the popular but challenged Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.
Walmart responds to Bezos' challenge to other retailers to raise pay and add more benefits.
First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 211,000 for the most recent week, up from the 202,000 claims reported for the previous week.
A new survey finds that 81% of women feel child-care cost, availability, flexibility and trust made a big difference in their decision to be in the workforce.
For restaurants, minimum wage hikes usually mean higher menu prices and fewer employee hours, according to a survey released Wednesday.
A study published Wednesday by global recruitment site Indeed found that the number of jobs requiring German language skills rose by more than 10% over the last three years.
Eight in 10 tech companies now offer formal gender diversity training programs, a number that's been increasing steadily upward for the last three years as companies face criticism from investors, employees and the public to address the issue.
A majority of workers across the US say they do not feel their job security is threatened by technology, according to a new CNBC/SurveyMonkey workplace analysis. They may be overconfident.
U.S. job openings dropped to an 11-month low in February and hiring decreased, which could explain a sharp slowdown in job growth during that month.