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The US offers few protections for its workers.

7 mind-blowing facts that show why employment in the US is the worst in the developed world

The US does not require that companies give breaks for lunch or coffee. Italy and China, meanwhile, offer 2 hours of lunch break.

The US labor market rebounds in June, adding far more jobs than expected

Government data out on Friday was expected to show that hiring rebounded in June and that wage growth accelerated at a solid pace.
It took weeks to memorize the menu.

I used to work at the Cheesecake Factory. Here are 13 things that surprised me about my job.

I used to work at The Cheesecake Factory. In my experience, it was long hours and a lot of memorizing but there was some great food.

More workers were retrenched in Q1 – here’s why most of them were PMETs

More men were retrenched, and the age group with the highest number of retrenched employees were the over 50s.

Only 15% of Singapore employers are looking to hire in Q3 – but people in public admin and education are in luck

Things aren't looking so great for those in the finance, insurance and real estate sector.

US economy adds far fewer jobs than expected in May

The official employment report out Friday showed that hiring slowed sharply last month.

American companies added the fewest jobs in 9 years in May, ADP says

The US added far fewer private-sector jobs in May than had been expected, according to the ADP National Employment Report out Wednesday.
The word 'RESIST' is spelled out in balloons by a contingent in the annual LGBTQI Pride Parade on Sunday, June 25, 2017 in San Francisco, California.

Half of LGBTQ employees say they have experienced verbal discrimination at work

A Glassdoor survey finds half of LGBTQ employees experience verbal discrimination at work. 26 states do not explicitly prohibit LGBTQ discrimination.

50,000 blue-collar jobs for Malaysians are up for grabs after Japan launched a new visa programme to allow more foreigners into the country

Under the new visa system, foreign nationals with certain Japanese language and job skills will be able to apply for a resident status that grants foreigners working rights in 14 sectors for up to five years.

The UK will be one of the only advanced economies in the world to see slower productivity growth this year

"The growth rate of hours worked has rapidly declined recently in the UK," said a report from the Conference Board.