A Lucky Few Will Receive Extra $600 In Unemployment Benefits Starting As Early As Next WeekSome jobless Americans will start seeing heftier unemployment checks as soon as this week, but it all depends on where you live.
Unemployment Benefits Expanded: Who’s Now Eligible And How To ApplyIn the past 18 days, a record half a million Texans have filed for unemployment.
JCPenney Furloughs Most Workers, Extends Store Closures Due To CoronavirusThe coronavirus crisis continues to impact the economy, with retailer JCPenney announcing Tuesday it will extend the temporary closure of its stores and temporarily furlough the majority of its hourly associates.
New Initiative Employs Temp Workers While Providing Relief To Organizations Affected By COVID-19By next week, Get Shift Done will have paid out more than $400,000 to workers, while providing much-needed relief to organizations that have lost staff and volunteers due to stay home orders.
New Non-Profit Working To Feed Furloughed, Unemployed Hospitality WorkersFurlough Kitchen is operating out of Vestals Catering to cook free meals for anyone in the hospitality industry out of work.
Dallas To Begin Enforcing Paid Sick Leave OrdinanceThe Dallas City Council adopted the paid sick leave ordinance on April 24, 2019, and it went into effect on August 1, 2019.
Go Kart Racing Fans Left In The Dust, SpeedZone Dallas Closes PermanentlyIt's the end of an era for go-kart racing, miniature golf and arcade loving fans of SpeedZone in Dallas.
Census Bureau Looking To Hire Tens Of Thousands In North TexasStaffers say they're looking to hire workers from every community because they will be most effective in their own communities.
American Airlines Closing Reno Reservation Call CenterAmerican Airlines plans to close a reservation call center in Reno that employs about 100 workers.
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.
Report Of Men Trapped 64 Floors Up Outside Dallas Building Was FalseDallas Fire-Rescue told CBS 11 News that initial reports of three workers trapped in a basket outside of the Bank of America building at the 64th floor was a "false alarm."
Bank Of America Raising Minimum Wage Rate To $20 An HourBank of America plans to raise its starting pay to $20 an hour over a two-year period, starting with a hike next month.
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.