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Kroger workers end 10-day strike

Kroger workers end 10-day strike

Nearly 8,000 workers at Kroger-owned King Soopers and City Market grocery stores will return to work starting Jan. 21

Business owner sued after paying ex-employee more than 90,000 pennies

Business owner sued after paying ex-employee more than 90,000 pennies

The Department of Labor says the auto repair shop owner violated federal labor law by retaliating against a former worker

Google gives execs raises after refusing to boost employees' pay

Google gives execs raises after refusing to boost employees' pay

Tech giant tells employees company doesn’t plan to make broad salary adjustments to account for rising inflation

California hospital sues former maintenance workers

California hospital sues former maintenance workers

Palmdale Regional Medical Center accuses workers of fraud

A record-breaking 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs in November

A record-breaking 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs in November

The Great Resignation continues to sweep over the United States as employers contend with historic staffing shortages

'Sourcing talent has become much more of a science'

'Sourcing talent has become much more of a science'

CEO of the American Staffing Association reports companies are turning to temporary and contract workers while contending with tight labor market