Palo Alto Police Struggling To Hire Despite Large Signing BonusesThe Palo Alto Police Department is struggling to hire qualified officers despite offering a large signing bonus.
Supreme Court Deals Major Blow To Labor UnionsThe Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that government workers can't be forced to contribute to labor unions that represent them in collective bargaining, dealing a serious financial blow to organized labor.
Generation Z Is About To Completely Change The U.S. WorkforceAccording to consulting firm BridgeWorks, there are 61 million members of the generation born between 1996 to 2010 living in the United States.
Jobs Report Surprise: 313,000 Added In FebruaryFebruary also marked the 89th consecutive month of job gains, the longest streak since the Labor Department began keeping track in the 1940s.
Stockton Mayor Touts Experimental Program That Pays Families $500 a MonthStockton plans to give several dozen families $500 a month for a year as part of a program to study the economic and social impacts of giving people a basic income.
Lawsuit Says Companies Use Facebook To Exclude Older Workers From JobsLegal experts are now questioning whether Facebook is liable for helping the defendants potentially violate the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967
Tesla Fires Hundreds of Workers as Part of Annual ReviewsThe housecleaning swept out workers in administrative and sales jobs, in addition to Tesla's manufacturing operations.
State Government Hiring Booms as Legal Pot LoomsRecreational marijuana becomes legal in California next year and one of the things about to blossom in the emerging industry is government jobs.
Caltrans Mounts Statewide Campaign To Fill More Than 1,100 JobsOpen positions are in maintenance, human resources, legal, engineering, information technology and environmental planning.
West Coast Dockworkers To Vote On Labor-Peace Deal At S.F. MeetingWest Coast seaports could get long-term labor peace if dockworkers approve a new contract extension.
Labor Department Awards $1.66M To Aid Laid-Off Silicon Valley WorkersThe U.S. Labor Department awarded a grant of $1.66 million to continue employment services for laid off Silicon Valley workers.
U.S. Regulators Say Google Underpaid Female EmployeesGovernment investigators looking into how Google pays its employees accused the tech giant of shortchanging women.