2 Children, 2 Men Dead From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In DallasTwo children and two adults died from carbon monoxide poisoning Sunday morning in Dallas, firefighters say.
With Employers Eager To Fill Jobs, Hiring Could Stay StrongBusinesses, hungry for workers, are advertising a record number of openings.
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.
Google's AI Push Comes With Plenty Of People ProblemsThe CEO of Google recently declared that artificial intelligence fueled by powerful computers was more important to humanity than fire or electricity.
Workers Dismayed By President Trump's Federal Hiring FreezeSome federal workers had hoped after Donald Trump's election to president that his professed advocacy for the American worker would extend to the federal workforce, too... that hope is now diminished.
SeaWorld Cutting 320 Jobs In RestructuringSeaWorld Entertainment Inc. is eliminating 320 jobs across its 12-park company.
Obama Administration Expands "TechHire" Jobs InitiativeThe White House is adding 15 new communities to its "TechHire" initiative for getting low-skilled workers jobs in the tech economy.
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.