“Supercore inflation” is a term used to describe the rising cost of goods and services, minus food, energy, and housing.
Across 61 organizations, ~2.9k employees tried the four-day workweek. Now, most of the companies are sticking with it.
Restaurant workers pay to take a food safety class, which — surprise — funds industry lobbying efforts.
The FTC wants to ban noncompetes, saying it could boost US wages by up to nearly $300B annually.
Tech companies use H-1B visas to hire skilled workers from overseas. But now they’re laying them off.
Apps are supposed to make life easier, but they’re stressing employees out.
Officials are scrutinizing TRAPs, which require employees to reimburse employers for training.
Second-chance hiring — hiring people with criminal records — is a growing trend across several industries.
A railroad strike would cause shortages, shutdowns, and high prices. It’d also cost the US economy $2B per day.
Why some companies are doing the exact opposite of laying off employees.
A new bill could form a fast-food council to oversee wages and conditions in California.
An Iowa window and door manufacturer is investing big bucks into its hometown to attract talent.