A boom in commercial and industrial development — and a projected wave of retirements — has trade unions scrambling for apprentices.
Proposed budget cuts would threaten the programs that many students rely on for invaluable aid and experience.
Workers waste a a lot of time on the job worrying about money, and the price of their lower productivity can be hefty.
After 11 years of seeing you at the front desk, your boss might have difficulty imagining you anywhere else.
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A company spokesman said moves to make the food company more efficient led to the job cuts in North America.
More Pennsylvanians found jobs and others gave up looking for work altogether, according to the state’s monthly report.
A number of school districts in the region offer student-run businesses for special needs students to gain skills.
Annual estimates suggest metropolitan Pittsburgh lost more people in 2015-16 than anywhere besides Chicago.
The legislation would allow $15 million from the state's unemployment compensation trust fund to be used on the system.
The court of appeals ruled the anti-retaliation provision provides for damages of back wages, liquidated damages and other relief.
Jeff Jones, president of the ride-hailing company, is the latest of several high-level executives to leave Uber.
People on the move around the Pittsburgh region:
Employed by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, inspectors are the public’s eyes and ears at nuclear power plants across the country.
The resolution is to be presented at PNC’s annual shareholders meeting set for April 25 in Pittsburgh.
The unemployment rate dropped four-tenths of a percent to 5.3 percent mostly because people dropped out of the labor force.
Post-Gazette’s Top Workplaces project last year found most employees surveyed agreed that the company motivates them to give their best.
The number of people filing their taxes with the Internal Revenue Service is running well below last year.
The state plans to pursue $8.6 million from Aquion Energy, a once-promising battery-maker that filed for bankruptcy last week.
Sick workers cost businesses $16.3 billion in lost earnings each year, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Yoandy Perez Llanes filed notice that he will plead guilty to participating in a ring that illegally obtained $1.4 million in refunds.
Don’t scorn March Madness as a workplace distraction. There are ways to participate without affecting productivity.
If this hostility seems personal, then it’s time to establish some non-negotiable expectations.
The proposed sale of for-profit career schools from Education Management Corp. to a philanthropic nonprofit is sure to come under scrutiny.
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The percentage of unemployed in Pennsylvania remains higher than the national average.
US employers added a healthy 235,000 jobs last month, lowering the jobless rate to 4.7 percent.
The Regional Transportation Alliance presented its recommendations Wednesday at Nova Place on the North Side.
Employers looking to hire foreign employees have no choice but to treat this year’s application process the same as in the past.
The motion alleges an attorney’s LinkedIn account was hacked.
Fairness can be perceived differently by different people.
Office hoarders seldom reform without a clear directive from management.
The sale of Education Management schools to the Los Angeles-based Dream Center Foundation signals a change from the for-profit industry.
The nomination deadline this year has been extended to March 24.
The closings will affect about 1,500 workers, the electronics and appliances retailer said.
The Brookings Institution found Pittsburgh’s economic growth following the recession was not leading to new jobs or rising incomes for all.
Department of Labor and Industry Secretary Kathy Manderino fielded questions from lawmakers on the status of the unemployment program.
The index measures both consumers’ assessment of current conditions and their expectations for the future.
The state Senate bill would ensure that Pittsburgh’s currently suspended 2015 ordinance mandating paid sick leave will never take effect.
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Unfortunately, these friendly gestures of gratitude are now grounds for getting reprimanded by human resources.