The Great Reshuffle is here. Here's how to make it work for you, plus more of the week's best financial tips from experts.
There are 10.4 million job openings in the United States and just 7.7 million unemployed people in the workforce. The imbalance is creating opportunities for career advancement across industries and…
“We have been in contact with the patron of the legislation to confirm that this was not the intent of the legislation ..."
Nearly 10% of Virginia’s 6,047 licensed child care facilities were still closed as of May 28. But even when centers reopen, they may be doing so with less capacity.
Challenges hiring enough workers this summer are having an impact on Virginia's theme parks.
Gas prices are rising. Auto prices are soaring. Toilet paper, peanut butter and soft drinks all cost more. Here's a Q&A on inflation plus charts tracking rising prices.
The union representing University of Virginia employees is asking students, faculty and staff to show support in its effort to gain better wag…
As demand for some blue-collar jobs increases, employers are offering higher wages to attract workers.
A $1.8 million grant will help the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia pay its employees at least $15 per hour.
A $2.8 million plan to raise the minimum pay rate for full-time Albemarle County school division employees also would boost the minimum hourly…
Teachers want pay raises, and so do state employees.
Funding for the bonuses would come out of the year-end fund balance, and would cost up to $850,000 for the local government and up to $2.7 million for the school division.
Staff, faculty and employees will also get a chance to receive tests.
As the need to live in close proximity to work has shifted for many Americans, more affordable housing is a particularly strong draw for residents looking to move.
JACKSON, Miss. — Down to a weekly unemployment check of $96, Fakisha Fenderson brushed aside her doctor’s advice last month and began looking …
Among the new legislation, the Virginia Wage Payment Act allows for a civil lawsuit to be filed in state court for an employer’s failure to timely compensate a worker for wages or other benefits owed to that person.
Board approves numerous other cuts to funding request for coming fiscal year