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Persistent redlining and employment discrimination have hurt black Americans' chance at wealth

One of the most difficult things about trying to talk race in this country is the fact that our knowledge of and agreement on basic facts is so varied. While most of us know that the enslavement and segregation of black people gravely impacted...Show More Summary

Gender Reassignment Surgery and the Library’s Health Plan

In 2016, library employee Rachel Dovel (via employer health care plan) planned to undergo gender reassignment surgery. When told the surgery was not covered by the library’s health insurer, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Dovel took the library board/insurance company to court.

4 Common Resume Lies That Don't Fool Employers

Honesty is always the best policy when it comes to your resume. Still, many job seekers embellish many aspects of their resumes in hopes of catching a hiring manager's attention. The following is a list of four of the most common resume lies that recruiters can spot a mile away. Show More Summary

California loses 1,400 jobs as the state's economy shows signs of slowing

California’s economic engine quieted in June as employers reduced their payrolls by 1,400, according to a report Friday by the state’s Employment Development Department. It was the second month this year that the state lost jobs. The unemployment rate stayed flat at 4.7%, the lowest rate since...

MLB trade rumor grade: Yu Darvish to the Cubs?

The Cubs have already made the biggest trade of the season so far. Can they double up? Yu Darvish is excellent, a pending free agent, and currently employed by an under-.500 team. As such, we will be saturated with Darvish trade rumors for the next 10 days. Show More Summary

7 Things Employers Must Know About Generation Z

Move over, millennials—Generation Z will be joining the workforce soon. Here's what small business owners need to know about managing the next generation. The post 7 Things Employers Must Know About Generation Z appeared first on AllBusiness.com The post 7 Things Employers Must Know About Generation Z appeared first on AllBusiness.com. Show More Summary

BLS: Unemployment Rates Lower in 10 states in June, Two States at New Series Lows

From the BLS: Regional and State Employment and Unemployment SummaryUnemployment rates were lower in June in 10 states, higher in 2 states, and stable in 38 states and the District of Columbia, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Show More Summary

Ask GFC 032: How Does 401(k) Vesting Work?

We talk a lot about retirement plans here on Good Financial Cents, but one part of the retirement subject we don’t discuss enough is 401(k) vesting. Not all plans have it, but many do. And some have very generous employer matches, making the question of 401(k) vesting an important one. Show More Summary

The Good, the Bad, and the Employee Reference Lawsuit

When a call comes in requesting an employment reference, employers often say too little out of fear of lawsuits. To make matters worse, gone are the days of writing your worst employee a glowing reference, a la Bartleby, the Scrivener, so you don't have to feel guilty about kicking......

TSA staff reveal details about their jobs on Whisper 

Staff claiming to be employed by America's Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have been sharing anecdotes about their role on secret-sharing forum Whisper.

Harvard blues: Why high tuition for arts education is a lousy idea

Under the Obama administration in 2015, the Department of Education toughened up a set of rules known as the Gainful Employment Regulations. The rules were designed to protect students from being buried in debt by for-profit trade school programs that created far more student indebtedness than...

Bummer: Fear Of Immigration Raids Hitting Saratoga Springs Hard Before Race Season

This is supposed to be a sob story, but what it really does is expose employers who have been breaking federal law Fears of immigration raids linger as Saratoga racing

Job Fairs: 15 Great Tips for Jobseekers

Job fairs may seem obsolete, but they offer unique opportunities to impress an employer in ways that LinkedIn and other online mediums can’t. You...

Man with DEVAST8 face tattoo finally accepts job offer  

A New Zealand teenager who complained his large DEVAST8 face tattoo was hampering his employment prospects has finally landed a job. Mark Cropp’s photo was shared around the world after he admitted on social media the tattoo was a drunken mistake from his time in prison and he was devastated with the results. Show More Summary

The Trump administration pulled 2 top climate experts off a scheduled Glacier National Park tour with Mark Zuckerberg days before he arrived

The US Department of the Interior pulled two climate-change experts expected to participate in a tour of Glacier National Park with Mark Zuckerberg, just days before the Facebook CEO arrived, The Washington Post reported. The employees...Show More Summary

6 Social Media Habits of Highly Professional People

Employers and recruiters absolutely look into a candidate's social media presence when considering them for jobs (and even once they've been hired!), but here's the good news: it is completely within your control to spin your publicShow More Summary

Seattle Food News: More FareStart, More Tacos, and Many More Wonderful Things to Eat and Drink

by Tobias Coughlin-Bogue A wonderful taco salad made by one of the many wonderful people FareStart employs and uplifts. Now with more employment and uplifting! FareStart Fare Start's Amazonian Empire Arrives The bulk of FareStart's new...Show More Summary

Change the way you approach job interviews asking three questions

Landing an interview is what a job search is all about. It’s the moment you meet with your next potential employer and even though interviewing may seem second nature to you by now, you still need to prepare ahead of time. A job candidate was concerned about her interviewing skills and recently asked a question

Art for Color's Sake

New York City mayor Bill de Blasio wants to coerce museums and arts groups that receive city money into using hiring quotas based on race and ethnicity, according to the New York Times. But it would be illegal for employers to give into...Show More Summary

Florida man to pay over $278K for insider trading connected to Apple's AuthenTec takeover

A former AuthenTec worker has reached a $278,773 settlement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, resolving insider trading charges following Apple's buyout of his employer.

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