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Judge’s ruling that state can set aside current collective-bargaining agreement raises ire of Atlantic City mayor, firefighters, and police.
As many expected, the Department of Labor didn’t escape President Trump’s 62-page budget plan unscathed. But the extent of the proposed cutbacks should certainly raise a few eyebrows....
At one end of the scale, men continue to dominate. But at the other end of the scale, men of all races and ethnicities are dropping out of the work force, abusing...
Some employers are seeing how the special abilities of workers on the autism spectrum can boost their bottom lines. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.
Employers and experts are increasingly questioning the validity of employee-engagement surveys and are adopting more advanced ways to measure satisfaction.
Lower unemployment finally helps working people make up some lost ground on wages.
New Jersey continued a long-running streak of economic growth last year, but the state also added far more private-sector jobs in 2016 than original estimates, according to new figures compiled...
“It’s not something you can replicate instantaneously,” says Janice Fine, a professor in the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University in New Jersey and an expert on...
The unemployment rate, at 4.7 percent, was little changed in February, but was down from 4.9 percent a year earlier.
The first month of the Trump administration was mostly a discouraging one for labor unions.
In interviews, current and former colleagues of Mr. Acosta are deeply split in their ament of the nominee. Some described him as a hands-off leader who has often chosen not to...
Striking out on their own could give these public employees more control over how assets are managed, better protection from pension-system reforms.