More than a dozen employees of two Subway stores in Broward say they’ve been ripped off and left jobless by the store’s owner.
President Barack Obama and Congressional Democrats got good news from the unemployment report Friday morning. According to the Labor Department, the unemployment rate in January dropped to 8.3 percent. That’s the lowest rate in roughly three years.
Starting next month, Disney employees who wish to sport facial hair on the job can retire their razors.
Job seekers may be able to find some relief at a job fair at the St. Regis Bal Harbour on Thursday.
A Tallahassee appeals court this week rejected an appeal by UnitedHealthcare of Florida in a dispute about major changes in HMO coverage for state employees.
It was a surreal scene captured on surveillance camera and a day Yamil Gutierrez said he will never forget after a fight erupted between two men at an auto store. Meanwhile, police are reaching out to the public in hopes that someone can identify the men involved.
In the middle of pushing to reform higher education, Governor Rick Scott has posted the salaries of Florida’s university employees online, and the move is prompting pushback from faculty.
The holiday shopping season is still months away, but Macy’s Inc is already starting to put together holiday hiring plans that will make workers very happy.
In an economy where businesses are cutting back everywhere and anywhere possible, one of South Florida’s largest employers is doing quite the opposite.
In Miami’s Brickell section Friday, a line of job-seekers snaked out the door and down the block at the soon to open Hampton Inn. The hotel was looking to hire fewer than 40 employees. In the first hour of the job fair, nearly 400 people showed up.