Researchers: Typical Workers Get Interrupted Every 11 MinutesApparently, employees are being bombarded with distractions. The average office workers gets interrupted every 11 minutes.
Aviation Company Moving Into Vacant Alliance Airport HangerCity of Fort Worth sources say approval of a deal to move an aviation company into the massive hanger left vacant at Alliance Airport is a "slam dunk" that will add hundreds of jobs.
Top 5 Tips For Getting A Raise At WorkMost people don't ask for a raise, but experts say the key to getting one is being prepared.
American Airlines Agents Approve Union Customer-service agents at Fort Worth-based American Airlines voted overwhelmingly for union representation, reversing a narrow defeat for organized labor less than two years ago.
Gov't Finds Merit In Labor Claims Against Wal-MartThe National Labor Relations Board announced that its general counsel found merit in charges that Wal-Mart unlawfully threatened employees in Texas and California with reprisal if they engaged in strikes and protests ahead of Black Friday.
Many Unpaid Federal Workers Applying For UnemploymentFriday is payday for many people, but for many federal workers this week or next could be the last paycheck they get for a while.
Motorola Builds First U.S. Made Smart Phone, Hires 2,500 People In Fort WorthIt's something never been done before in the U.S. until now: Making a smart phone.
2 Unions Aim To Share Representation Of AA Workers Two major unions are seeking to avoid a fight and instead share representation of ground workers at Fort Worth-based American Airlines after the company merges with US Airways.
Event Encourages Workers To Take A 15-Minute Fitness BreakBands, drums and cheerleaders were on hand in downtown Fort Worth Thursday. The celebration was meant to try and get office workers to take an on the job 15-minute fitness break.
Numbers Don't Fully Explain Women's Pay DisparityA new study out Monday says women in Texas are still earning less than men. But economists say, the numbers, in this case, don't tell the whole story.
Report: Disparity In Earnings Of Texas Men & Women New numbers released today from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show that women in Texas are earning about 85-percent as their male counterparts.