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Thousands Of Fast Food Workers Walk Off The Job In 60 Cities
Fast food workers across the country stage a walk out, calling for a raise in minimum wage.
New Job Hunting Apps: Tools For The Modern Sweat Shop?
From Gigwalk to Taskrabbit, these apps sound great but they come with a major catch for workers.
Insiders Reveal The 'Dirty Secrets' Of Their Industries
Reddit commenters tell what really goes on inside their industries.
Top Lacoste Salesman Posts Pay Check On Instagram, Gets Fired
A top producing salesman at Lacoste's flagship store in Manhattan posts a picture of his paycheck, complains about how little he makes, and
With A Little Pluck And $770, One Unemployed Man Got 60 Job Offers
Adam Pacitti spent his last $770 on a ploy to get a job -- and it worked.
Catholic High School Fires Gay Teacher After He Gets Married
Ken Bencomo, who taught at a Catholic all-girls school in California for 17 years, claims officials knew he was gay but only fired him when
Part-Time Workers Far More Likely To Be Depressed, Gallup Poll Finds
And the depression costs employers billions in missed work days.
What Happens If You Try To Live On McDonald's Wages: A Budget
You know McDonald's budgeting tips for workers? Here's another look at the reality.
3 Reasons Why Unlimited Vacation Is A Brilliant Idea
A small but growing number of employers are offering unlimited, paid time off. Here's why it works.
One More (Big) Victory For Marissa Mayer And Yahoo
A year after she became CEO, a new survey of employees gives her thumbs up in an important area.
Don't Have A 'Stable Work History'? These Employers Don't Want You
Employers are using new language in ads -- which might be a way to weed out the unemployed.
Workers Post Vine, Instagram Videos That Could Get Them Fired [VIDEO]
It was so easy, and so dumb, for workers to post these Vine videos.