The government released its first of three estimates of growth for the January-March quarter as measured by the gross domestic product.
A state official says human error is to blame for 500 Rhode Island residents receiving two tax-refund checks.
Small business owners don't plan a hiring binge if the Trump administration's plan to lower tax rates becomes law.
The rich-poor gap ballooned by $29,200 to $189,600 between 2010 and 2015, according to a Bloomberg analysis.
The first recipient of the Athena Scholarship applies lessons from CMU negotiation academy to her job running the Latino Family Center.
When tackling a new assignment, some people are “doers,” while others are “thinkers.”
As a national initiative to bring robotics into manufacturing takes off in Pittsburgh, a debate looms over automation’s effect on jobs.
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With employers in the state adding more than 60,000 jobs in the last year, more Pennsylvanians have found work.
About 140 full-time faculty members at Point Park University have been negotiating the terms of their first-ever union contract for a year.
Next to large university endowments, the foundation is modest but it’s pushing to raise more funds for student scholarships and facilities.
The Department of Labor launched an effort to improve benefit plan audits after a study showed almost 40 percent had major deficiencies.
The deadline to file taxes is Tuesday, April 18 this year.
Employers can take steps to make sure the workplace is welcoming for everyone.
A lot of jobs are tied up with the companies that stock shelves with condiments, soups, shampoos and cereals used by the masses.
Your manager wants to talk because you made two serious errors.
Various business groups oppose the governor’s plan, and rival Sen. Scott Wagner is pitching a smaller increase.
After a reversal on trade policy with China this week, American steelmakers and manufacturers see a broken promise.
The school’s Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Institute has begun recruiting members after receiving $260 million in funding in January.
The airport is seeking to recruit multilingual volunteers to greet and help international travelers.
Google says it is 'taken aback' by the U.S. Labor Department's claim that it does not compensate women fairly.
A federal judge held that Coca-Cola had no responsibility to prevent its employees' personal information from falling into the wrong hands.
Mr. Yablonsky, a native of McKeesport, previously served as secretary of the state Department of Community and Economic Development.
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Complex military operations require extensive teamwork, and lone rangers are often dangerous.
East Liberty software company Duolingo calls its people to lunch with a bell and chef-prepared meals.
The Labor Department says the unemployment rate fell because nearly a half-million more Americans found jobs.
Aligning themselves with the Fight for 15 movement, unionized PNC Park cleaners are working under an expired contract to demand better pay.
Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO and native of southwestern Pennsylvania coalfields, said he remains suspicious of Mr. Trump.
The area’s workforce shrunk by 8,600 people since February 2016, a potentially troubling sign that people are giving up looking for a work.
Starting a new firm can offer attorneys an opportunity to extract themselves from the complex machinery of large organizations.
Some job seekers take a shotgun approach and apply for numerous positions just to see what happens.
Pittsburgh native Rande Somma, former head of Johnson Controls automotive business, looks at leadership and doesn’t like what he sees.
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Nicole Narvaez Manns, a BNY Mellon manager and makeup tool inventor, wrote a book that has ‘scripts’ to help workers in sticky situations.
The Steel Valley Authority and Manufacturing Extension Partnership, which have saved thousands of jobs in Pennsylvania, could face cuts.