Struggling Flint School District Wants Confirmation Of Employee CountThere is no direct deposit this week for teachers and other employees in the Flint school district.
Shoppers Sympathize With Walmart Workers But Shop AnywaySome employees are upset over working conditions, pay and health care and have threatened to walk out or slow down their pace to frustrate shoppers and get management's attention.
Walsh College Seeks Employers for Fall Career FairWalsh College is holding its annual Fall Career Fair at their Troy Campus on Wednesday, Sept. 19 from 1 to 4 p.m. Employers looking for interns or employees are encouraged to take advantage of this free recruiting opportunity.
4 Warren Employees Suspended After Alleged Theft Of City-Owned EquipmentFour city employees of Warren are under investigation on allegations of stealing thousands of dollars in city-owned property, including a heavy-duty toilet, a dog run and a vinyl picket fence.
Are Employees Penalized For Balancing Work, Family?A global survey reveals a growing imbalance between what employers say about work-life balance and what they actually do.
Comcast Cares Day Lends a Hand to Michigan CommunitiesOn Saturday, April 30, more than 2,500 local Comcast employees, their families and friends will volunteer to assist nonprofit organizations around the state of Michigan as part of Comcast's "Comcast Cares Day."
School Staff's Social Security Numbers Mistakenly Sent To ParentsA Metro Detroit school district is notifying employees that their social security numbers were mistakenly sent out.
Franks Furniture Store Owner Released From HospitalNearly two months after he was critically injured in the explosion at his furniture store a Wayne man was released from the hospital Monday.
6 Men Rob Detroit Nightclub And CustomersPolice are looking for six men who walked into a west side Detroit nightclub during the weekend and robbed the customers.
New Study Concludes Public Employees Generally Paid Less Than PrivateA study by the Economic Policy Institute comes to the opposite conclusion, that public workers, including teachers, are generally paid less than their private sector counterparts.
Court: PAC Money Can Be Deducted From PaychecksThe decision reverses an appeals court ruling saying it's illegal for public schools to help the political fund of the state's largest teachers union.
Panel Delays Vote On Domestic Partner BenefitsThe Michigan Civil Service Commission Wednesday postponed action on a proposal that could allow same-sex partners to be covered by state-paid health insurance.