A majority of corporate leaders say they are not confident they are handling collection and analysis of employee data in a responsible way, according to a new survey released by Accenture at the World Economic Forum in Davos. » Read More
By: Jeff Daniels
A tentative agreement was reached Tuesday in the first teachers strike in the Los Angeles Unified School District in 30 years, allowing educators to start returning to the classroom on Wednesday. » Read More
"If this drags on into February, March, then growth rates are going to fall to a place where unemployment will start to rise," economist Mark Zandi warns. » Read More
By: Annie Nova
Some 800,000 federal workers across the country have seen their income suspended as the government shutdown crawls into its fourth week. » Read More
John Kanas discussed JPMorgan's wage hike and the current state of wages for financial institutions.
By paying employees more, Jamie Dimon ensures that JPMorgan is considering value beyond shareholders' needs, says BreakingViews' Jeffrey Goldfarb.
There was little indication that inflation would surge any time soon, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday.
France called on former European Commission chief Jose Manuel Barroso to drop plans to take a job at U.S. bank Goldman Sachs.
Some Federal Reserve banks were in favor of raising the discount rate in June, but the central bank ultimately left it unchanged.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon's public commitment to raise wages for 18,000 employees may seem like a benevolent act. But that may not be quite right.
Free bacon and bicycle repairs are among the quirkier job benefits on offer in the U.K., according to Glassdoor.
More hedge funds folded in 2015 than at any time since the financial crisis, dragged down by turbulent markets, reports the Financial Times.
High employment growth means greater opportunity for college grads. Here's a look at the 10 fastest-growing jobs through 2024.
There were 5.5 million job openings in January, up from 5.28 million job openings in December.
The Fed's pause in raising interest rates makes these assets look attractive, says Matthew Whitbread.
As technology and artificial intelligence (A.I.) advances, jobs in banks and offices are set to be replaced by automation, say experts.
Many of the jobs on this year’s list require an advanced degree, but not all. See which careers made the top 10.
President Obama will be visiting Cuba soon, but the U.S. must do two things for the island nation now, writes Scott Gilbert.
Policymakers at the U.S. Federal Reserve are in danger of failing to see the real path of inflation rates, according to new research by Pimco.
With global central banks in the driver seat, there's another growth lever being overlooked, says S&P's David Blitzer.
The U.S. economy is feeling much better in recent weeks with businesses benefiting from strength in autos, Jack Welch tells CNBC.
For investors, junk bonds may seem hot again, but maybe not so for many companies trying to issue debt.
A new survey by Alamo reports that millennials are more likely than any other generation to feel ashamed about taking a vacation, NBC reports.
Tuesday is International Women's Day – a good day to review the data on how women fare in the U.S. labor market.