A survey conducted by WorkPlace Impact looked into the habits of working women.
In the world of logistics, perhaps the greatest compliment that can be given to a corporate leader is that he “keeps things going.”
The American economy is growing, which ironically is making it harder for recruiters and companies to fill positions.
Meetings are a key part of running an efficient company — but employers use different techniques to make such gatherings useful.
A 2013 survey found 26 percent of employees leave their companies because they don’t have career development opportunities.
There is no one way to design an office: Local firms in a variety of sectors use different philosophies to increase employee satisfaction.
Company events can be officially sanctioned gatherings, like a volunteer day building a playground, or small traditions that pop up.
Listening to and empathizing with employees led to conflict resolution and positive workplace change, leaders say.
The goal for human resources departments — representing the employees — is always the same, even if the methods are not.
Many companies list “honesty” and “integrity” among their core values, but citing them is much easier than putting them into practice.
The key to establishing an online brand through social media is developing a plan and sticking to it.
To create the 2015 Top Workplaces list, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette partnered with Philadelphia-based WorkplaceDynamics.
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After the game, athletes transition with LinkedIn
Athletes have been flocking to LinkedIn, where they create profiles highlighting their skills and experience for prospective employers.
U.S. Steel, regulators settle lawsuit
Two Mon Valley workers who were disciplined for not immediately reporting injuries they didn’t know they had will get $1,350 in back pay.
State unemployment hit 5.6 percent in mixed jobs report
June’s unemployment report may disappoint some economists who have bemoaned low workforce participation as a sign of weakness.
Beltzhoover doctor calls it a career after over 59 years of patient care
Dr. George McCollum, 87, retired from his family practice Friday after serving the community for more than half a century.
New Castle man finds his calling within costumes
New Castle area native William Kofalt struggles to make a living behind a mask.
The plate making department's only woman recalls a job she loved
Pam Stellute of Polish Hill remembers her 14-year stint in the plate making department at the old Pittsburgh Post-Gazette building.
Learn from the pros: Peoples Natural Gas employee training on Gas 101
Every Peoples Natural Gas employee has to go through Gas 101. When the Post-Gazette was invited to do the same, we took notes.