Half of employees shop at work
According to CareerBuilder, half of workers plan to spend time shopping at work during the holiday season. That’s 3 percent higher than last year’s poll.
6 industries millennials think just aren’t cool
Take it from today’s young hipsters: Retail, construction and manufacturing are way not cool.
Jobless claims fall to lowest level in a month
Applications for unemployment benefits fell more than forecast last week and a tighter labor market has made it harder to attract and keep skilled laborers.
Who's spending Thanksgiving on the job?
Another sign of a continually improving economy: More employers this year will require some employees to work on Thanksgiving Day than did last year.
Why haven't generic drug prices increased much?
Generic drug prices haven't increased much--but that don't insulate patients or insurers from outlier price hikes in pharmaceuticals.
Top PPACA head makes tweaks as carrier complaints grow
PPACA consumers may be able to get more actual health care cost information, if the Obama administration's top health official gets her way.
Employees overwhelmingly want to choose their own benefits
A survey from Liazon finds that 96 percent of employees would prefer to design their own compensation package, even if many of them would no doubt appreciate a little help from experts.
15 ways to help new employees feel at home
Doing a few simple things, from management to human resources to coworkers, can smooth the transition and make new hires feel right at home.
Chicago pension ruling seen a loss as retirement costs climb
Chicago's retirement funds face insolvency.
Top 20 most-wanted internships
Interns might not be beating down the doors to work at your company, but they do know where they most want to work--these top 20 companies for internships.