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University of Cincinnati creates new model to support workers with disabilities

(University of Cincinnati) The University of Cincinnati's Advancement and Transition Services trained Aramark dining services employees on evidence-based practices used by job coaches to support workers with intellectual and developmental disabilities, or I/DD. Show More Summary

Goodbye, Gentiva Home Health, hello Kindred At Home

Gentiva Home Health in Irvine has been renamed Kindred At Home. The group’s management and staff have not changed, the company said in a statement. Kindred At Home has 50 employees in Orange County. The service offers wound care and rehab therapy aimed at improving health and well-being within a patient’s home. Kindred at Home’s caregivers […]

Social Security Warns On New Scheme Similar To IRS Phone Scams

Financial scams involving individuals posing as government employees aren't limited to those Internal Revenue Service (IRS) phone scams. There's a new scam making the rounds - and this time, it involves individuals claiming to be from the Social Security Administration (SSA).

Shyp, a startup that wants to kill the post office, is scaling back operations and laying off employees

Shyp, the four-year-old VC-backed startup that wants to reinvent shipping, is significantly scaling back its operations and laying off employees to "focus on achieving profitability." Shyp will offer its service only in San Francisco,...Show More Summary

Office of Special Counsel: US Postal Service Broke Campaign Laws By Permitting Workers Leave to Campaign for Hillary

#ButRussia. The United States Postal Service violated federal law by letting employees do union-funded work for Hillary Clinton's campaign and other Democratic candidates while on leave from the agency, according to an Office of Special Counsel report obtained by Fox...

Nets Blackout Report Showing Postal Service Broke Law to Support Hillary/Dems

In a Senate hearing on Capitol Hill Wednesday, the United States Postal Service felt the heat bipartisan scorn for decades of violations of federal election laws. “A new report tonight states that Postal Service employees were allowed...Show More Summary

BREAKING: Postal Service Broke Federal Law In Support Of Democrats For Hillary Clinton During 2016 Election [VIDEO]

Just wow. The US Postal Service has been caught in violation of the Hatch Act. They broke federal law when their union employees actively campaigned for Hillary Clinton and other

Officer allegedly refused service at McDonald's in Virginia

A Virginia law enforcement officer's wife says a McDonald's employee refused to serve her husband, and the franchise owner says "appropriate action" has been taken to resolve the matter. The … Click to Continue »

COLLUSION: Postal Service broke law by letting employees do Clinton campaign work. The OSC determ…

COLLUSION: Postal Service broke law by letting employees do Clinton campaign work. The OSC determined the USPS “engaged in systemic violations” of the Hatch Act, a federal law that limits certain political activities of federal employees. Show More Summary

GOP again hits federal retirement in latest budget plan

The House budget proposal released Tuesday continues Republican efforts to cut federal employees’ compensation by making them pay more for retirement benefits. Saying they seek “reforms to civil service pensions to put them on a better fiscal path,” the spending plan released by the House Budget Committee calls on staffers “to make greater contributions to […]

Google launches Hire, a recruitment app that integrates with Gmail and other G Suite services

Google is today lifting the lid on a new app designed to help small and medium-sized businesses find and recruit employees more effectively. With Hire, the internet giant is targeting existing G Suite users — that is, companies already on board Google’s cloud software platform that includes Gmail, Calendar, Hangouts, Drive, and Docs — with […]

Faces of food safety: Meet Andrew Lino of FSIS

Editor’s note: This is a recent installment in a series of employee profiles being published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety Inspection Service, republished here with permission. Andrew Lino is a consumer safety inspector...Show More Summary

NPR and SAG-AFTRA reach a tentative deal on a three-year contract

SAG-AFTRA has reached a tentative agreement with National Public Radio on a new three-year contract covering 400 union news and programming employees at the nonprofit radio service. Terms of the new deal reached just after midnight Eastern time on Saturday night were not disclosed. A representative...

After cutting 40% of its staff, SoundCloud still reportedly only has enough money to last for 50 days

SoundCloud only has enough funding to continue its operations for another 50 days, according to a TechCrunch report. The music streaming service recently laid off 173 employees — roughly 40 percent of its workforce — in an effort toShow More Summary

Can A Maternity Concierge Service Help Keep Women On The Leadership Track?

The employees of Fifth Third Bank have access to a free concierge service that will handle everything from grocery shopping to helping pick a daycare. Charnella Grossman is a vice president and senior portfolio manager in Fifth Third Bank’s investment advisory group. Show More Summary

King County Labor Council Endorses Jessyn Farrell, Bob Hasegawa for Mayor

by Heidi Groover Jessyn Farrell and Bob Hasegawa Nate Gowdy, The Stranger Labor remains far from united behind one candidate for mayor. Hours after one the city's biggest labor unions, Service Employees International Union Local 775, announced its support for Jenny Durkan, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Show More Summary

SoundCloud sinks as leaks say layoffs buy little time

A tense scene unfolded yesterday as user-generated music streaming service SoundCloud held an all-hands meeting to explain to employees why it suddenly had to lay off 40 percent of its staff last week. Exiting team members wanted toShow More Summary

News from Congress: VA Employees' Civil Service Protections Slashed

On June 23, 2017, the President signed into law Pub.L. 115-41.  The new statute reduces civil service protections for employees of the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA). Pub.L. 115-41 renews the push to cut back VA civil service protections,...Show More Summary

JFK, LaGuardia, Newark airport employees declare strike

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Wheelchair attendants, skycaps, baggage handlers, customer service agents, cabin cleaners, terminal cleaners and shuttle drivers walked out.

The National Park That Was Stolen to Death

In 1933, a group of employees from the U.S. National Park Service found themselves in a bit of a pickle. The NPS was working hard to put together a display for the upcoming Chicago World's Fair, a massive exhibition that promised to draw tens of millions of visitors. Show More Summary

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