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  • Balancing Act: On taking vacation, employees, bosses often not on same page

    When Erich McLane, a South Florida staffing recruiter, contemplates summer vacation, he takes the appearance of job dedication into consideration. This year, he likely will extend a weekend and leave some of his allotted two weeks unused, as he did last...
  • Administration: Union, Non-Union Homes Will Share Equitably In $26 M for Wages

    Administration: Union, Non-Union Homes Will Share Equitably In $26 M for Wages
    HARTFORD — Outside the House chamber at the Capitol Monday, union workers were savoring winning the lion's share of $13 million in the next budget year for nursing home workers' wages. "I'm beyond excited. I'm here today to thank them for doing...
  • Duke Energy CEO getting pay raise year after coal ash spill

    Duke Energy Corp. CEO Lynn Good is getting a raise a year after the country's largest electric company confronted a coal ash spill that coated 70 miles of a North Carolina river in sludge containing toxic heavy metals, the company said in a regulatory...
  • What the New Yorker magazine misses about the Uber protests

    What the New Yorker magazine misses about the Uber protests
    The veteran tech analyst, writer and entrepreneur Om Malik weighed in last week for the New Yorker magazine with some thoughts about Uber, the ride-summoning service that is one of the most destructive of paradigm-destroying new companies in existence. ...
  • NY board backing raise for fast-food workers

    The three members of a state board considering minimum wage increases for New York's fast-food workers said Monday the hourly rate should rise, though they planned further discussions before making a firm recommendation. New York's minimum wage is $8....
  • Tyler Toffoli, Kings reach agreement on two-year contract extension

    Tyler Toffoli, Kings reach agreement on two-year contract extension
    The Kings on Friday reached an agreement with talented young forward Tyler Toffoli on a two-year contract extension. The extension is for $6.5 million, according to two individuals familiar with the deal. The deal was first reported by Darren Dreger...
  • Start the Presses: Facts and figures behind city salaries

    Start the Presses: Facts and figures behind city salaries
    In the last few weeks, we've seen a lot of stories and a lot of online sputtering regarding the salaries of local officials. Glendale City Manager Scott Ochoa and City Atty. Mike Garcia each won 18% raises, putting their annual salaries at $278,000 and...
  • What does marriage equality mean for the workplace?

     What does marriage equality mean for the workplace?
    What does marriage equality mean for the workplace? For administrators of employee benefits, it clarifies a process that had been made complicated by a patchwork of same-sex marriage laws. Before Friday's Supreme Court decision giving same-sex couples...
  • Employees, families to have access to new health center

    Huntington Ingalls has broken ground on the HII Family Health Center for some Newport News Shipbuilding employees and their families, on Washington Avenue between 45th and 46th streets, just outside the shipyard's gates. The two-story, 20,000-square-foot...
  • Northern Trust says nearly 90 jobs moving to Arizona

    Northern Trust says nearly 90 jobs moving to Arizona
    Northern Trust said fewer than 90 jobs will move from Chicago to Arizona by the end of the year. The Chicago-based financial services firm said earlier this year that it plans to open an operating center in Tempe that will grow to 1,000 full-time jobs...
  • Rauner battling unions on a second front: A new contract

    Rauner battling unions on a second front: A new contract
    As Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner remains locked in a stalemate with Democratic lawmakers over his pro-business, anti-union agenda, he's opened up a second front, battling the largest state employee union over a new contract. For decades, such...