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Wage growth has slowed because unemployment numbers do not account for gig economy workers, according to a Federal Reserve regional bank.
Uber warns that it could seriously damage its business if drivers were considered employees instead of contractors
Uber filed its S-1 on Thursday, which said that if drivers are classified as employees instead of full-time contractors, it could impact its business.
A spokesperson said it has "initiated an investigation" into the "sick out" and "will discipline employees."
The latest snapshot of the US labor market could upend newfound expectations for the Federal Reserve to take a break on raising borrowing costs.
A huge part of economic success for any nation is ensuring that the best possible talent is in place in key industries, and that it stays there.
Forget in-person interviews: Companies are turning to phone calls to hire, and sometimes there isn’t even a real person on the line
Healthcare and insurance companies, retailers, restaurants, and law firms are using automated interviews. Some candidates find them impersonal.
Did Mic layoff their entire editorial staff ahead of their sale to Bustle Digital Group to break a union?
The digital publication aimed at progressive millenials laid off its entire editorial staff Thursday ahead of an acquisition by Bustle.
Despite what Elon Musk says, you don't need to be a workaholic to change the world. It's about quality, not quantity.
‘It kind of feels like a scam’: Employers are so desperate for workers they’re making job offers after a single phone call
Up against a tight job market, some employers, including Macy's and Bath & Body Works, are making job offers after a single phone interview.
Forget teenagers: Fast food joints across the US are hiring senior citizens, and it’s thanks to 2 major demographic trends
Fast food chains across the US are hiring senior citizens instead of teenagers, thanks to a shortage of workers and the fact that more Americans are working past age 65.