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Latest Labor Items
The Whirlpool Corp., citing strong demand for its mixers and other small kitchen appliances made in Ohio, announced plans Friday to expand its Greenville plant and add 400 jobs.
A woman whose body was found smoldering on a rural dirt road has been identified as a 35-year-old San Diego County resident who once worked as an emergency medical technician.
New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has introduced two bills to help veterans look for jobs and start small businesses.
Conemaugh Health System of Johnstown has agreed to be acquired by Duke LifePoint Healthcare of Brentwood, Tennessee.
Who needs Congress? President Obama, who has rewritten Obamacare several times to tweak it to the political needs of the moment, signed a memorandum Thursday ordering Department of Labor Secretary Thomas E. Perez to "streamline" the Fair Labor Standards Act so that more white-collar employees would be eligible for overtime pay.
Education technology company K12 says it will locate its Family Support Campus in Alcoa, which will bring 300 jobs to the area.
Buses, trolleys and subways in Philadelphia will continue to operate for the time being after thousands of transit workers said Friday they would stay on the job when their contract expires at midnight.
Gov. John Kitzhaber has hired two people to focus on regional priorities in the mid-Willamette Valley and a portion of the Columbia River Gorge.
Nine Illinois residents are facing charges of collecting thousands of dollars in fraudulent unemployment benefits.