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Lawmakers in Alaska are currently considering a bill that would close off public access to records in which charges were dismissed or the defendant was found not guilty.
In this day and age, is it now acceptable to let the world know your feelings toward your former employer?
Survey: Millennials Feel Guiltier About Taking Vacation; More Likely To Check In Outside Of Work Than Older Generations
Millennials are often seen as lazy, immature and unmotivated, but a new survey on work habits might change those perceptions.
For those enterprising youth looking for a summer job, there are some child labor laws that you do need to keep in mind.
Philadelphia’s overall employee satisfaction rating was 3.2 out of 5, putting it in the bottom half of the list.
It seems success in the workplace is always just around the corner.
Many employers don’t realize that there is, in fact, a difference between race and color – and it’s a discrimination lesson companies are learning the hard way.
The National Labor Relations Act requires companies to allow employees to discuss the terms and conditions of their jobs with co-workers – and that includes complaining.
According to the Attorney General, employment schemes are among the most common and oldest forms of consumer fraud.
Could a polygraph test hurt your chances of getting a job?
The Hiring Our Heroes Job Fair for Veterans is taking place at the Susquehanna Bank Center on Wednesday.
Some employers conduct personality tests before hiring someone. Is that legal?
When workers are categorized by educational attainment, the proportion of workers with college degrees has risen.
In the next few years, engineers are among the top 10 jobs US employers will have a hard time filling, so preparing students accordingly is key.