Fort Worth is the first of several major cities to launch the Facebook concept called “Good Ideas Shop.” The window displays offer a local community connection to the businesses, but they also get worldwide exposure via the social media giant just in time for the holiday shopping season.
Dozens of flight attendants, pilots and many other Southwest employees from different departments showed up to Monday’s protest. They say the airline is violating their personal rights.
A restaurant group in Arkansas is allowing student employees to do homework for an hour while on the clock, an initiative that is raising grades and also recruiting more employees amid the country’s labor shortage.
Amazon's seasonal hires can get sign-on bonuses of up to $3,000.
Federal regulators say they are cracking down on what they're calling an explosion of businesses’ use of fake reviews and other misleading messages to promote their products and services on social media.
A federal grand jury has charged a former Boeing chief technical pilot with deceiving the Federal Aviation Administration’s Aircraft Evaluation Group (FAA AEG) in connection with the agency's evaluation of Boeing’s 737 MAX airplane, and scheming to defraud Boeing’s U.S.‑based airline customers to obtain tens of millions of dollars for Boeing.
Major retailers and shipping companies are stepping up operations in hopes of overcoming nationwide supply chain issues affecting businesses and industries. The effects are being felt from major retailers all the way down to local North Texas businesses.
In a pre-pandemic world, Dallas-based chef Meika Johnson was thriving preparing meals for private businesses. But in recent months, she's struggled to find both food and equipment. Now, she's forced to shut down her business, saying she’s spent more searching for products and less time actually making a profit.
The Dallas Regional Chamber distanced itself from the governor, saying businesses should make their own decisions. The Texas Hospital Association president said in a statement that the time is now to set politics aside.
The Boeing Co. has told employees they must be vaccinated against COVID-19 or possibly be fired.
Companies that typically hire thousands of seasonal workers are heading into the holidays during one of the tightest job markets in decades, making it unlikely they’ll find all the workers they need.
One reason America’s employers are having trouble filling jobs was starkly illustrated in a report Tuesday: Americans are quitting in droves.
“No entity in Texas can compel receipt of a COVID-19 vaccine by any individual, including an employee or a consumer, who objects to such vaccination for any reason of personal conscience, based on a religious belief, or for medical reasons, including prior recovery from COVID-19,” Abbott wrote in his order.
Among the hiring managers surveyed, about a third said they would automatically eliminate resumes that did not disclose the candidate’s vaccine status.
Amazon is trying to get their employees back to the workplace by 2022, but with so many offices around the globe, they are leaving that decision to individual teams and their managers.
Elon Musk announced the move during the 2021 Annual Shareholders meeting Thursday afternoon at the new Tesla Gigafactory in Del Valle.
Former President Donald Trump's company lost more than $70 million on his Washington D.C., hotel during his four years in office despite an estimated $3.7 million in revenue from foreign governments. Ethics experts say Trump should have refused that business because it posed conflicts of interest with his role as president.
Target said on Tuesday employees who pick up shifts during peak holiday hours will be eligible to make an extra $2 per hour.
Toy companies are racing to get their toys onto store shelves ahead of the holidays as they face a severe supply-network crunch.
The Biden administration announced its plans to overhaul the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, impacting half a million borrowers.