The two lucky candidates will wear four watches worth up to $50,000, a new one each week, supplied by HushHush, a "luxury online marketplace."
Doesn't matter if her colleagues cough, say "hello," "good morning" or even "hi," Deb usually shrieks in response.
Damon Mitchell said he was planning to take taking legal action against TMC Transportation for being kicked off a training course due to his hairstyle.
If you're a fan of "The Crown", "The Umbrella Academy" or "Stranger Things", this could be the gig for you.
Queen Elizabeth II's household also oversaw cuts to 165 jobs at the charity that manages tourist visits at several royal residences across the UK.
A survey by Crypto Head, a crypto education site, ranked the U.S. first followed by Cypress, Singapore and Hong Kong,
Bitcoin rose Monday as major investors expanded their holdings at good prices. Workers benefit as lockdown restrictions ease, retail sales surge.
The June report showed a rapidly recovering U.S. economy that was performing better than expected, unlike April's numbers, which fell over 700,000 jobs short of forecasted estimates.
I decided that I wanted to work the cash register in the checkout lines. Sadly, due to my struggle with counting and reading, my employer told me all I was allowed to do was bag.
The clip, now viewed more than 10 million times, was filmed at a branch in La Mesa, California.
"I hope it will spark conversation for change in organizations," Maggie Mundwiller told Newsweek, after going viral for taking her son to a job interview.
Along with a stipend to spend on pizza, the 50 lucky applicants will also get $500 towards travel expenses.
A supplements company is hiring a "chief thirst officer" to promote its brand on social media and will pay the chosen candidate more than $260 a day for two months.
Janessa Richard, from California, worked in the industry six years ago and says ultimately she left due to the working hours.
A wine company is planning to appoint a "cabinet of summer," paying secretaries of the grill, the outdoors and athletics to share their adventures.
"We made this change to ensure that we can accommodate as many individuals as possible as they rejoin the workforce," Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Executive Director Shelley Zumwalt said.
"As life normalizes and the service sector continues to gain momentum, we expect initial jobless claims to continue to trend lower,″ said one economist.
Reynolds Wrap is hiring a "Rookie Griller" for a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" this summer.
The walk out follows a lawsuit against the Texas hospital filed by more than 100 nurses claiming it is "forcing its employees to be human 'guinea pigs' as a condition for continued employment."
Employment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed a steadily improving situation.
The successful candidate will get to travel to three locations of their choice in the U.S. or Puerto Rico.
Research shows happier employees are more productive and loyal employees. That's the guiding principle behind the "Most Loved Workplaces" list that The Best Practice Institute and Newsweek will debut this October.
More and more companies are using AI tools to help select candidates, but a lack of regulation means inbuilt biases may be affecting your job hunt.
An animated film released by the U.S. Army profiles five soldiers with diverse backgrounds in a bid to address a "widening military-civilian divide."
A sign on a Hardee's window said, "Due to no staff, we are closed. We are hiring," while a Wendy's sign simply said, "We all quit!! Closed!!"