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Back-School Slump Raises Concerns About Holiday S...
U.S. retailers are suffering through the slowest back-to-school shopping season since the recession ended in 2009, raising concern that the year-end holidays will bring more of the same. Spending in...
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United cutting winter flying before snowflakes fa...
... maintenance checks. Doing so should enable the carrier to haul more people when travel peaks during the Northern Hemisphere’s summer, Compton said. "You do that by better timing of your...
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SACOM protests labor abuses during Hong Kong iPho...
... that employees at Pegatron factories can work up to 10 weeks without a rest day during peak season, often going for 12 to 15 hours a day, or even 17 to 18 hours. Safety standards are said...
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City Council Candidate Questionnaire
... to commission a study of the effect of raising the minimum wage in Sonoma. We owe it to our workforce to explore this issue thoroughly. Other local governments in the North Bay have tackled...
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Ebola's Economic Impact Hits Sierra Leone Citizens
... in enforced quarantine, or unable to get labour to do the job. Ebola hit Sierra Leone at the peak of its cocoa and rice harvesting season and the impact is likely to be significant, says the...
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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Inside the Murky World of Football Gambling
... a day and at unsociable hours. You’ll barely see any family, let alone friends. Bloom pays a workforce to do it all for him. Star Lizard is like pro gambling meets capitalism. For the...
Read more at Bleacher Report
FedEx, Kohls announce holiday hiring binge
... announced plans Wednesday to hire tens of thousands of temporary workers for the holiday season. In anticipation of a surge in deliveries, FedEx expects to hire more than 50,000 people to...
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United Parcel Service Inc.
Cocoa gang workers protest poor service condition...
... and serving their selfish and parochial interest at the detriment of the generality of the workforce, saying they were fed up with the poor service conditions under which they work. Chairman...
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Real Estate Weekly: Sept. 12, 2014
... state economic development office. I know that there are programs out there that exist for workforce, for job creation, a lot of programs. I couldn’t tell you what they are. I don’t know...
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Environmental Protection Agency
Chicago takes top spot on move-in list, believe i...
... each fall releases a list of metropolitan areas its clients are moving from and to during the peak warm-weather moving season. Chicago has fared poorly on the study in recent years, with...
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For the first time
The Gulf War
... vivid and convincing upon first consideration, but also fragmentary, anecdotal. At the peak of the cleanup effort, forty-seven thousand people were fighting the oil, a community...
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Meijer plans to hire 10,000 workers, nearly half ...
Inc. will hire 10,000 new employees in the coming months as it gears up for the holiday sales season. Nearly half those jobs will be in the Walker-based retailer's home state of Michigan and...
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... conservative white Republicans, saw Booker as a valuable asset. In 2000, he was invited to speak at the Manhattan Institute, in New York. He was an electrifying speaker, depicting impoverished...
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Construction boom means higher bids for cities' i...
Minnesota Building and Construction Trades Council, estimates the current metro area construction workforce at 60,000. That’s about 10,000 more workers than the lowpoint in 2010, but far below the...
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New Tyne Valley rail franchisee will face a rocky...
... replace ageing Pacer trains However, the successful bidder will have to pacify an enraged workforce, for rail union RMT says the new franchise will involve axing jobs, raising fares,...
Read more at The Hexham Courant
Uncertainty for workers losing jobs at NJ casinos
ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey — As the summer season winds down, the air in this beachfront resort carries the sense of foreboding that precedes a tsunami. Casino shutdowns and mass layoffs are about to...
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Department of Labor
Fanatics establishing new Jacksonville manufactur...
... It's unclear how many people will work there. Overall, Fanatics has a national workforce of around 2,000 people, expanding to around 6,000 during peak season. Mack, who recently...
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