Is there a renaissance in U.S. manufacturing? Since 2007 the sector is down 3.2% and 2 million jobs have been lost. The numbers just don't add up.
In today's culture of overwork, colleagues are impressed by the employee who pulls all-nighters and leaves family events -- productivity-boosting or not.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, pointing to labor market resilience despite moderate economic growth.
U.S. companies stepped up hiring in May, evidence that employers remain confident in the economy even after it contracted at the start of the year.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose last week, but remained at levels consistent with a strengthening labor market.
Some of the same workers' rights groups that have grabbed headlines by pushing companies for wage hikes are pushing the conversation toward paid sick leave.
Walmart reports a 7 percent decline in first-quarter profit as worker pay raises and currency fluctuations put pressure on the retailer's bottom line.
Changes in the labor force may allow the economy to sustain a much lower rate of joblessness in the future without fear of inflation, the Chicago Fed says.
Job growth rebounded last month and the unemployment rate dropped to a near 7-year low of 5.4 percent, signs of a pick-up in economic momentum.
Employers hired at the slowest pace in nearly 18 months in April, as a strong dollar dragged down overseas sales and energy companies cut back on spending.
General Motors plans to spend $5.4 billion to improve its U.S. factories during the next three years, creating about 650 new jobs.
Sixty-nine percent of 18- to 24-year-olds, either in college or recently graduated, name financial stability as one of their top-three priorities.
The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits rose for a third straight week, but the underlying trend shows improvement in the job market.
In a victory for business, the EEOC says employers can continue to use financial incentives to nudge staff to participate in workplace wellness programs.
The CEO of Gravity Payments tells his employees that he was taking a pay cut so they would earn a base salary of $70,000, to be phased in over three years.
Industrial output posts its biggest drop in nearly 3 years, highlighting the negative impact of lower crude prices and a strong dollar on the economy.
The weakening economy spilled into the job market in March as employers added only 126,000 jobs, snapping 12 consecutive months of job gains above 200,000.
A pay bump for workers at some McDonald's restaurants isn't likely to ease the pressures the chain is facing over labor issues.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, suggesting the labor market continues to expand at a solid clip.
Consumer spending barely rose in February as households boosted savings to their highest level in more than two years.
The Supreme Court renews a former UPS driver's chance to prove her claim of discrimination after UPS failed to offer her lighter duty when she was pregnant.
Even in an occupation that women overwhelmingly dominate, they still earn less than men, a study of nurses finds.
Employers added 295,000 jobs and the jobless rate fell to a 5.5 percent in February, signs that could encourage the Fed to consider hiking interest rates.
The number of new claims for unemployment benefits last week rose to its highest level since May, but experts dismissed the rise as a weather-related blip.
Walmart made waves last week, announcing that it's raising its entry-level wages, but it's unlikely that McDonald's will be next. Here's why.
With a Friday deadline looming, negotiators for the two sides in the contract dispute at West Coast seaports are laboring to reach a settlement.