New Job Not Working Out? These Employers May Pay You To LeaveSometimes a new job turns out not to be the dream job you thought it was. But you can't always afford to walk away from a paycheck.
Report: Fewer In Mich. Get Insurance Through WorkA new report shows Michigan residents lost workplace health care coverage at a greater rate than any other state over the past decade.
Michigan Could Help Protect Online PasswordsMichigan legislation aimed at prohibiting employers from asking job applicants and employees for online passwords and other account information could become law.
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.
Survey Shows Strong Employment Growth In Metro DetroitA new survey released by Manpower Employment shows that metro Detroit employers will be hiring at a bullish pace in the third quarter of 2012.
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.
Gains In Employment Show Encouraging TrendThe Labor Department says there were 216,000 new jobs in March, as companies added workers at the fastest two-month pace since before the recession began.
Fines Levied Against 2 Detroit Businesses For Immigration ViolationsFaygo Beverages Inc. and DTE Energy Co. have agreed to pay fines for hiring illegal immigrants.
Companies Hire More Workers, But Jobless Rate Rises
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