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U.S. businesses expect their sales will rebound in the next three months after a sluggish first quarter, and they also plan to boost hiring and pay, according to a survey released Monday.
State and local officials are calling a proposed manufacturing plant that could employ 4,000 workers a tremendous opportunity to bring jobs to Berkeley County.
Recent reports suggest that the unions that helped bankroll the ongoing wage campaign may be turning away from efforts to organize union elections for low-wage workers.
The International Association of Machinists union is reportedly considering delaying a union election amid heavy pressure from Boeing Company and South Carolina elected officials.
Factories in the Philadelphia region got a bit busier in April compared to March.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid rose for the second straight week yet remained at a low level that is consistent with more hiring.
Yesterday marked the number of days more a woman has to work past December 31 in order to make the same as the average man did in the previous year.
Bermudan spirits giant Bacardi indicated it would lay off about 10 percent of its employees in North America this week, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
More Americans sought unemployment benefits last week, but applications for jobless aid overall remain low — a reassuring sign after hiring slowed last month.
U.S. job openings surged in February to a 14-year high, yet employers filled fewer of those jobs than in the previous month.
The latest monthly estimates from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that manufacturing jobs declined slightly in March.
The deceleration of hiring last month hit nearly all parts of the job market as U.S. employers grew wary about the health of the economy.
U.S. factories expanded last month at a weaker pace, with orders growing more slowly and hiring essentially flat.
U.S. businesses slowed their pace of hiring in March, a private survey found. The modest gains suggest that harsh winter weather has generated a broader slowdown that caused the survey to report gains of less than 200,000 jobs for the first time in 13 months.
President Barack Obama, as promised, vetoed legislation Tuesday that would overturn a federal rule to speed up the process for union certification elections.
U.S. job training efforts and economic statistics should include a broader look at manufacturing processes, according to a recent report by the Brookings Institution.
The U.S. gained 295,000 jobs in February to continue strong hiring patterns from 2014. But newly released estimates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that the global drop in oil prices hindered growth in many of the country's top oil producing states.
A business economics group has boosted its outlook for U.S. economic improvement this year and next, particularly for job growth.
About 3,000 production workers at Boeing plants in South Carolina will decide next month whether they want representation by the Machinists union.
Republican lawmakers fired yet another salvo on federal labor regulators this month with the introduction of a proposal banning so-called "micro-unions."
United States Steel Corp. announced it would temporarily idle a plant near St. Louis and issue layoff notices to its 2,080 workers.
The president of the United Auto Workers union rejected a new wage tier Wednesday after reports indicated U.S. automakers could float the idea during upcoming contract talks.
In a special report for CNBC, Kelley Holland warns that 401(k) plans may be failing millions of Americans.
BMW Manufacturing Co. and its workforce are celebrating the production of its 3 millionth vehicle in South Carolina.
General Motors and Ford might seek a new, lower wage tier from the United Auto Workers union after a report showed they have the highest labor costs among U.S. automakers.
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