Labor

When campaigning, Donald Trump promised to put coal miners back to work. Although he claims he's done that, the numbers are a bit more complicated.
by CNNMoney
10:27am
6.23.2017
It's the first strike in the plant since 1991, when Volkswagen opened it.
by The Associated Press
10:41am
6.22.2017
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The report is certain to add to the debate as activists around the country push for increases in local, state and federal minimum wages.
by Gene Johnson, Associated Press
2:30pm
6.21.2017
The partnership between Rockwell Automation and ManpowerGroup intends to provide new skills to 1,000 veterans per year by 2018.
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3:44pm
6.19.2017
Dairy farm workers and activists marched to push for better pay and living conditions on farms that provide milk for the ice cream maker.
by Wilson Ring, The Associated Press
10:50am
6.19.2017
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Nike said the moves will help it offer products to customers faster as it is facing increasing competition from smaller brands and premium labels.
by The Associated Press
3:25pm
6.16.2017
The Labor Department said Friday that the states with the largest percentage gains in jobs were Alaska, Alabama and Louisiana.
by Christopher S. Rugaber, AP Economics Writer
3:09pm
6.16.2017
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President Trump ordered more money and a bigger role for private companies in designing apprenticeship programs meant to fill some 6 million open jobs.
by Laurie Kellman, The Associated Press
11:10am
6.16.2017
At least one other upper Midwest state, Michigan, is also pursuing the plant.
by Scott Bauer, The Associated Press
3:05pm
6.14.2017
President Donald Trump says that a "major, major incredible manufacturer" may be headed to Wisconsin.
by The Associated Press
10:09am
6.14.2017
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The jobs training initiative is aimed at millions of Americans who could consider apprenticeships instead of four-year college degrees.
by Josh Boak & Laurie Kellman, The Associated Press
3:22pm
6.12.2017
Kevin Hartley, age 21, was refinishing a bathtub for his family's business when he was overcome by chemical fumes.
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10:30am
6.12.2017
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The Tesla CEO vowed to perform the work of any employee injured on the job.
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11:15am
6.8.2017
Trump's budget recommends merging the offices that enforce civil rights among federal contractors and private businesses.
by Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
3:03pm
6.7.2017
Manufacturing workers at a GEplant in Waukesha, Wisconsin say they feel like pawns in a political game between GE and Congress.
by CNNMoney
10:39am
6.7.2017
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Productivity, the amount of output per hour of work, has been weak through most of the current recovery.
by Martin Crutsinger, AP Economics Writer
3:14pm
6.5.2017
Companies are now choosing from among a smaller pool of applicants, especially for those who have the education or skills they need.
by Josh Boak, AP Economics Writer
3:07pm
6.5.2017
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The report suggested that eight years into the recovery from the Great Recession, job growth may be slowing after a long stretch of robust gains.
by Josh Boak, AP Economics Writer
2:38pm
6.2.2017
The company blames the closing on a decline in global orders for its heat exchangers.
by The Associated Press
2:54pm
6.1.2017
The company announced in February that it would deliver its entire product line via grocers' distribution systems and close 39 of its own warehouses.
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10:48am
6.1.2017
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If home is where you hang your hat, Kangol is struggling to afford its pricey new U.S. digs.
by Michael Rubinkam, The Associated Press
10:51am
5.31.2017
A recent report found that the injury rate for workers at Tesla’s Fremont, Calif., plant was 31 percent higher than the average for car makers in the U.S.
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2:47pm
5.25.2017
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Currently, Lockheed Martin has more than 7,000 employees in Central Florida.
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10:51am
5.24.2017
Robot co-workers and artificial intelligence assistants are becoming more common in the workplace. Could they edge human employees out?
by WIRED
10:03am
5.23.2017
Arkansas, Colorado and Oregon reported the lowest unemployment rates since 1976.
by Josh Boak, AP Economics Writer
2:21pm
5.19.2017
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Some of the two dozen CEOs gathered to discuss manufacturing jobs suggested there were still plenty of openings but too few qualified people to fill them.
by Laurie Kellman, The Associated Press
10:40am
5.19.2017
The new round of layoffs comes on top of the 5,500 jobs Cisco announced it was cutting in August.
by The Associated Press
10:18am
5.18.2017
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It's unclear how many jobs could be on the chopping block in the U.S.
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3:47pm
5.17.2017
The National Labor Relations Board has filed another unfair labor practices complaint against the automaker.
by Erik Schelzig, Associated Press
2:52pm
5.12.2017
The German industrial conglomerate says it's cutting or outsourcing 2,700 jobs to modernize its IT operations and increase efficiency elsewhere.
by The Associated Press
9:53am
5.11.2017
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