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Before accepting a job offer, college graduates with STEM degrees and professionals in related fields might want to consider a new study that ranks cities based on average annual tech salaries that have been adjusted for cost-of-living expenses.
While the debate over the Affordable Care Act continues and challenges of providing and obtaining employer-sponsored health care coverage persist, there is no doubt that health care remains the most important benefit offered by companies
About 50 people picketed a Staples office supply store Tuesday on Peachtree Road in Buckhead, demanding the retailer and U.S. Postal Service use postal workers for limited postal services at some metro Atlanta stores.
Lean Cuisine has closed its website, telling its weight-loss members that it believes hackers may have gained access to its "Delicious Rewards" website. Visitors to the site Monday were greeted with a “We’re sorry” message.
Multiple reports are out that Quiznos, the second-largest submarine sandwich chain behind Subway, is taking steps to file for U.S. Bankruptcy Court protection from creditors as it continues to contend with a large debt load and disgruntled franchisees.
How satisfied are you with customer service? A new customer service index finds online retailers’ performance declined last year, while traditional bricks and mortar stores improved.
CarMax said Wednesday that it is still seeking to hire hundreds of workers in sales and other positions as the used vehicle industry continues benefit from the economic rebound.
TopGolf, a sports entertainment complex, plans to hire more than 450 workers for a new location in Alpharetta.
While the fast-food chain says there are no current plans in place, McDonald’s tells the Associated Press that extending breakfast hours is something that is being discussed under the golden arches.
DHL Express is distancing itself from a YouTube video that shows UPS drivers’ delivering packages with “DHL IS FASTER” in large letters. DHL, a division of the German logistics company Deutsche Post DHL, said it had nothing to do with the video (here's a link), which appears to have been shot in a German city, based on signage on the UPS trucks.
Walmart is looking to hire about 300 people to work full time and part time at a new store opening this spring
Another metro Atlanta strip club is being sued by dancers who claim their company is violating the federal Fair Labor Standards Act by not paying them the wages they are due.
A new business venture by Savannah author and TV celebrity chef Paul Deen is getting a multimillion-dollar investment from a private equity company that is part owner of Phoenix Suns NBA team.
Now that there is a ton of forewarning about the impending winter storm that will hit metro Atlanta this week, scores of companies and workers are embracing teleworking to remain productive when the bad weather finally arrives.
This Friday, Aldi is inviting job seekers to apply for store associate and shift manager positions for stores in Johns Creek, Kennesaw, Milton and Roswell.
Google didn’t have to search far for a way to send a message to Russian President Vladimir Putin about the his country’s policies on homosexuality.
Should other drugstore chains follow CVS’ lead in ending sales of cigarettes, cigars and chewing tobacco?
The Congressional Budget Office on Tuesday said it expects up to 2 million U.S. jobs to be lost in 2017 due to the Affordable Care Act, with the largest impact on lower-wage workers.
Pay raises are expected to average 2.9 percent this year, up slightly from 2.8 percent in both 2013 and 2012, according to Kiplinger, citing a survey by Towers Watson Data Services.
President Barack Obama plans to sign an executive order establishing the minimum wage for workers under new federal contracts at $10.10, the first major salvo in a push to raise the national minimum wage.