Can you fire someone who, though competent, is so irritating you want to choke him?
A small group of frustrated former employees of Walter D. Palmer Leadership Learning Partners Charter gathered outside the school Wednesday afternoon in hopes of finding out when they will be paid.
Can a company force a sick employee to stay home?
Philadelphia airport workers, with the help of one of the largest service employee unions, held a press conference saying they are not properly equipped to prevent the spread of Ebola.
Does worker’s compensation cover an injury that happens playing for your company’s team?
Since unpaid interns are not employees, they can’t sue for sexual harassment – with a few exceptions.
A data breach can be devastating to a small business. Protect yourself, so security issues don’t take your company under.
More than 470 of the 2,000-plus workers at Atlantic City’s Showboat Casino Hotel have found new jobs with other casinos owned by its parent company.
Hours before hundreds of workers were to hold a prayer rally as three casinos are set to close, New Jersey officials issued a final closure order for another one.
Those who fell into the obese categories had 40% less endurance on average than those who were not obese, particularly when it came to functions that required hand grip and assembly.
The suspect forced four employees into the back of the store at gunpoint and robbed them.
Two former employees of a Philadelphia abortion doctor serving life in prison for killing babies who were born alive have been sentenced for their roles in the case.
The research revealed that along with the 76 percent of employees that felt tired most days of the week, 40 percent of employees doze off during the day at least once a month, while 15 percent doze off during the day at least one a week.
That’s the latest research from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, which found that happier people were 12% more productive on the job.
The Crozer-Keystone Health System says it’s laying off 250 employees after losing nearly $16 million since July 1.