USPS Has Shorted Some Workers' Pay For Years, Center For Public Integrity Investigation FindsManagers at hundreds of post offices around the country have illegally underpaid hourly workers for years, arbitrators and federal investigators have found.
Now Hiring: Domino’s Stores Looking For 1,500 New Team MembersDomino’s franchise-owned locations are looking to hire about 1,500 new team members across 184 stores throughout Greater Dallas-Fort Worth.
Family Vacation Layaways Make Travel More Accessible For Some, But Could Come At A PriceThese days you can put just about anything on layaway, including that upcoming family vacation.
Some Familiar Faces Among New Dallas Police Department RecruitsAmong hundreds of applicants looking to become Dallas police officers this year are a few familiar faces.
Southwest Airlines Aims To Compensate Employees As Negotiations With Boeing ContinueSouthwest Airlines continues to negotiate with Boeing over damage caused by the grounding of the 737 Max.
Catering Workers Protest At American Airlines HQ, 58 ArrestedAirline catering workers are calling on the world's largest airline to take action to end what they call poverty wages and unaffordable health care in the industry.
Source: Uber Facing Probe Into Alleged Gender DiscriminationIf the EEOC finds Uber broke the law by paying women differently than men for performing the same jobs, the agency could slap fines on the company as punishment.
Divided Supreme Court Sides With Businesses Over WorkersA divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that businesses can prohibit their workers from banding together in disputes over pay and conditions in the workplace.
Dallas Council Votes To Settle Some Cases Over Police & Fire Back PaySeveral 20-year-old lawsuits about police and fire department back pay have finally been settled.
Bonuses For Texas Teachers And Healthcare Help For RetireesTexas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick wants to help current and retired teachers with millions of dollars in bonuses.
Study Finds Pay For Public College Presidents Up 5.3 PercentPresidents of U.S. public colleges and universities saw their earnings climb by 5.3 percent last year, with several of them topping $1 million, according to an annual survey.
Texas Union Dues Bill Draws Early QuestionsA bill barring voluntary payroll deductions of union dues from state employee paychecks is drawing questions as it begins a long, potentially contentious journey through the Texas Legislature.
Pay Raises Coming For Dallas First RespondersPay raises are on the way for Dallas’ first responders. The city council today approved a $3.1 billion dollar spending plan that includes salary increases for both police and firefighters.
Chiefs Of 5 Public Colleges Paid More Than $1M, Study FindsThe University of Houston's chief topped the list at $1.3 million, followed by leaders at the University of Oregon, Texas A&M University, the University of Texas system and Georgia State University.
MLB Average Salary $4.4M After 4.4% RiseBaseball's average salary rose 4.4 percent to $4.38 million on opening day, according to a study of contract terms by The Associated Press, and the Los Angeles Dodgers topped spending for the third straight season.