Racial inequities in the unemployment count persist, according to the United States Department of Labor’s April Jobs Report.
Pennsylvania has resumed use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine, following a thorough federal review which reaffirmed the vaccine’s safety and effectiveness against the virus, according to the Harrisburg-based Hospital and Health System Association of Pennsylvania.
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Wegmans, Hilton and Target are among a number of large corporations with Pennsylvania locations appearing on Fortune’s top 100 companies to work for.
Amazon is heading into the final stretch of a union push in Bessemer, Alabama, with a sizeable lead over labor organizers.
A State College-based contractor was charged with four counts of theft in one of the largest prevailing wage criminal cases on record, Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced on Thursday.
No change in the unemployment rate for the state of Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry announced that $2.6 million in Schools-to-Work program grants is available to support new partnerships between schools and employers to create employment paths for students.
Pennsylvanians joined the rest of the nation with the “work from home” trend during the COVID-19 pandemic. But who bore the brunt of the cost for this unwanted necessity?
Pennsylvania businesses mostly held back on making large changes to their benefit plans during the pandemic, according to a survey of 100 organizations by Harrisburg employee benefit and investment advisory firm Conrad Siegel.
According to the most recent Waterman Hurst survey of the gatekeepers℠, a virtual community of top leaders, 95% of leaders surveyed have implemented new WFH policies in 2020. The gatekeepers reflected on the WFH experience and responded with the following:
Pennsylvania saw a small over month uptick in unemployment in January.