The president insisted that the economy is getting back on track, but critics point to an underwhelming jobs report for November.
Prince Harry has spoken about the power of resignation to help with mental health almost two years after announcing he was quitting royal duties.
For a 17-week period, Michael Redmond worked in-person as a principal in Rhode Island—while remaining employed as an assistant principal in Washington, D.C.
"That money is going to my kids, not to the fat cats at the top who make at least 5x what I make on any given month," said the user.
Meghan Markle instructed her lawyer to tell an explosive new documentary how media stories framing her as a difficult boss "were false."
"I believe this technology is incredibly positive, but it can produce a lot of harms if there isn't more transparency," Pymetrics CEO Frida Polli said.
Despite already having the holidays booked off as vacation, the employer told the man "coming in is the least you can do."
The Department of Labor criticized New Mexico restaurant operator Chachi's for shortchanging employees who had "put themselves at risk to earn a living."
"It's clear that additional oversight and assistance is needed," Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission leader Lauren Axselle said.
The manager also told the worker:""Be grateful that you don't work like I do and that I allow you to see your family once a week."
According to the poll, 21 percent of respondents said that they want their employer to mandate a COVID-19 vaccine while 51 percent disagreed.
After quitting their job the worker claimed: "I may not have health insurance, but I feel so free!"
An open letter to Congress from the Duchess of Sussex shows how far her upbringing was from the privilege of royal life.
Markle described feeling overwhelmed after daughter Lili's birth in a letter to Congress that said families "need your strong leadership."
Some said puppies need love and support "like a baby" while others declared "the world has officially gone mad."
The U.S. is still missing around 4.3 million workers, and the service industry in particular is struggling with low staff numbers.
Subway told Newsweek they "take health and food safety extremely seriously and don't condone any behavior that violates our strict policies."
A man quit in a dramatic fashion after being told off, despite being the top-performing worker that day, promoting him to tell his boss: "Have a good life."
An employment tribunal has heard a litany of strange accusations from a nurse, including "paranormal" activity she suggested triggered "flatulence."
The sign told employees: "No time off requests will be accepted from November 20, 2021 until January 2, 2022."
The latest industrial action taken by thousands of John Deere workers marks the first major strike against the company in 35 years.
Some may question whether this is anywhere near enough money to watch anything after season 9.
The latest ranking of employers around the world was dominated by technology companies such as Samsung, Microsoft and IBM.
"God bless this great nation," one person commented sarcastically, adding: "Anyone else feel like we're living in hell?"
Low job take-up is not a result of a labor shortage, the former labor secretary argues, but American workers demanding better wages and childcare support.
"Discrimination is a daily plague that we can all be victim or witness to, and that we must absolutely wipe out," a government official said in a statement.
The rise in nonfarm payroll employment fell below the monthly job growth average for the year.
Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers has sent office workers to the frontline of its restaurants as it looks for more staff.
An economist says hiring people with criminal records is good for business and good for society
Creators of such software warn against businesses abusing them to invade worker privacy.