Opportunity, homeownership and retirement security are down. Now we hear that most believe the next generation will be worse off than the last. Well, OK, but the kids don’t believe it.
Careers & Workplace
One little slip can lead to major problems over the long-term for most workers.
The Department of Labor announced Tuesday that it will extend minimum wage and overtime protections to nearly 2 million home health care workers.
Here come the polls. It’s been five years since the meltdown and a whole bunch of us feel like things aren’t getting any better.
Put on hold during the recession, Millennials’ workplace preferences are again front and center. Here’s why smart companies are giving in.
I often hear from employees who feel stuck in their job and don’t know what their next move should be. They become dissatisfied, don’t feel challenged, or aren’t getting the promotions and salary increases they feel they deserve. In fact, a report by Right Management confirms that only 19% of employees are satisfied with their jobs.
Which American cities are best for folks who prefer to keep tight hold of their money? Don’t go looking anywhere along the coasts.
New U.S. Labor Department rules are expected to alter hiring practices for war veterans and handicapped individuals at almost 200,000 federally contracted companies, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The updated regulations now …
Bad news for bosses who take an interest in their employees’ emotional well-being: their employees won’t work any harder as a show of gratitude for their support
What’s the best day of the week for laying off employees? A certain well-known electronics retailer has apparently settled on Tuesday.
While the economy has been in recovery mode for the past several years, many groups have been said to be “left behind” — like essentially the entire middle class.
In Oregon, a proposed pilot program would allow students to attend state college tuition-free. The catch? Instead of taking out loans and piling up debt, students agree to pay the state back a small portion of their income over the course of a couple decades.