To celebrate Labor Day, Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) Secretary Jennifer Berrier joined labor leaders and legislators to reflect on Pennsylvania's strong economy Wednesday.
Camp Hill-based Harsco Corp. today announced that Anshooman Aga has resigned as the company’s senior vice president and CFO, effective Aug. 24, to pursue employment with another company.
Local union leaders representing Teamsters at DHL Express unanimously endorsed a tentative DHL National Master Agreement.
The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center sold a single-family home, built by their students, in Mount Joy on July 15.
A planned expansion of Greenfield in Lancaster County will bring a new road to the area that will create more than 2,600 jobs and ease traffic congestion.
American employers added 372,000 jobs in June, as the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 3.6% for the fourth consecutive month, the U.S. government reported Friday.
Hershey Entertainment and Resorts (HE&R) and PNC Bank joined forces to help about 400 international students set up bank accounts while working at Hershey this summer.
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry was awarded $3.9 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to strengthen and modernize Registered Apprenticeship programs.
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and Teamsters Local 776 signed a three-year contract June 30.
The GIANT Co. and Bake Crafters today celebrated the first group of employees who completed a program to upskill agribusiness workers.
Walmart is raising pay for its more than 36,000 pharmacy technicians.
Three Central Pennsylvania programs designed to prepare students for the workforce are among 12 programs chosen to receive Schools-to-Work grants.