Kevin Ford received a “goodie bag” for working 27 years at Burger King, never missing a day of work. But his daughter didn’t think that was enough.
Some companies even extend the benefit to dependents and spouses.
The move affects more than 16,000 firefighters and comes as much of the West braces for a difficult wildfire season.
During the summer, it's typical to see a teen or college student working a summer job as a lifeguard, sitting in a tall chair at your pool or beach. However, as the YMCA struggles to find workers, retired seniors are showing up to fill shifts.
The Walt Disney Company said the timeline to move around 2,000 high-paying jobs from California to Orlando, Florida's Lake Nona community has been delayed.
A gas station manager in California is out of a job after he mistakenly set his pumps to just 69 cents a gallon instead of $6.99.
The Lincoln, Nebraska city council voted to rescind its LGBTQ fairness ordinance, an anti-discrimination measure that extended protections to sexual orientation and gender identity, just four months after they had unanimously approved it.
Viewpoint, Inc. and CampusPoint Corporation will pay out the sum as part of a settlement.
Over 3,300 employees across 71 U.K. companies began the six-month pilot program that explores a four-day workweek and its potential benefits.
Google employees, contractors protest return-to-work requirement wiping out paycheck with costly commute.
U.S. employers added a healthy 390,000 jobs in May 2022, extending a streak of solid hiring that has bolstered an economy under pressure from high inflation and interest rates.
The first of the four new new fulfillment centers will open this summer in Illinois. These centers will provide faster shipping of items to customers.
Ford is committing $3.7 billion as it continues its investment into growing its electric vehicle plans across Michigan, Ohio, and Missouri.
A new report reveals some lifeguards in Southern California made six-figure salaries in 2021.
Staffing shortages is an issue many industries and companies have been facing as a result of COVID-19, but experts say a shortage in the pharmacy sector could have negative impacts for patients.
A room of dreamers put pencil to paper and drew their perfect job, and for third-grader Dani Peterson, that's an exotic veterinarian.
Phoenix was hoping to hire hundreds of staff, but have fallen short despite offering a $2,500 bonus in incentive pay. Only 14 of the city's 29 pools can open this year.
Netflix said the positions represent 2% of the streaming company’s total workforce, which includes nearly 11,000 employees. Most of the employees were U.S.-based.
A draft bill in Spain proposes scrapping the requirement for 16- and 17-year-olds to obtain parental consent before terminating a pregnancy, plus paid menstrual leave.
The typical US worker is worse off today than they were a year ago due to inflation.