Respondents said they were only slightly bothered by a handful of negatives: the lack of public transportation; congestion on the highways; the permitting process; the cost of land; housing affordability; and local tax policies and structures.
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The Department of Homeland Security announced in July that it would issue an additional 15,000 H-2B visas for jobs starting before the end of September, on top of the 66,000 permitted annually by law, to employers that would suffer "irreparable harm" without the seasonal help.
A new survey from the Center for Talent Innovation suggests that employees are less likely to perceive bias when top jobs are held by people from varied demographic backgrounds.
Recently, she was named International Executive of the Year by the Executives' Club of Chicago, the first woman to be honored in the award's 22-year history.
Company representatives at the South Jersey job fair accepted resumes and chatted one-on-one with job-seekers.
Flexible work remains popular at many organizations, but most companies want workers at work at least some - if not most - of the time.
According to the recent study by BMC Software, 73 percent of IT decision makers believe businesses that do not embrace IT automation to achieve the larger digital-business strategy within the next five years will cease to exist in 10 years.
The federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act turns 50 this year - about the age when many American workers begin to encounter the kinds of biases the law was intended to prevent.
The Corporate Executive Board found that the share of companies offering this perk has jumped from 21 percent in 2015 to 42 percent in 2017.
Since 2000, the share of women working in their prime earning years has declined.
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Shackletts sold Laffayette Hill plant after 103 years
HARRISBURG -- The Senate on Wednesday took a step that proponents hope will restore jobs to the state's unemployment compensation system and cut...