New Leash on Life pairs female inmates with dogs in a 12-week program. The women learn to care for their canines while training for a job after prison.
Some flight schools and airlines are actively recruiting people who traditionally haven't been pilots: women.
Rating performance is a complex problem with no perfect solution. Ratings convey nothing about what a worker does well or needs to improve. And some companies portion them to only a certain percentage of top employees.
Amazon's jobs website has listings for "Prime Now Associate" positions in Philadelphia, in Montgomery and Delaware Counties, and in South Jersey.
The skills and technology gaps are getting wider. One Michigan workforce development consultancy with a growing Philadelphia presence is bridging the divide.
The chain is opening 25 new stores this year in the Mid-Atlantic market with the next slated to open in April at 22nd and South Streets in Philadelphia.
For many people of color, there is a "disconnect" between getting a diploma and launching a productive career in Philadelphia.
Here are some tips on taking advantage of the current open job market.
Eight Philadelphia workers tells us why they love their jobs.
"Just in time" scheduling represents a huge trend with many retail stores and restaurants now using it to match staffing with consumer demand.
CardConnect CEO Jeffrey Shanahan knows it's all about location and environment when it comes to attracting smart, motivated millennials to work at his King of Prussia fintech firm.
In the weeks since last October when the #MeToo hashtag went viral and a flood of boldface names, starting with Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, faced allegations, human resource consultants and executives have seen an uptick in calls from clients.
Many fast-food employees hop from job to job. But with unemployment so low, turnover is becoming a problem.
Hatfield Township officials look forward to increased the employment that Penn Beer will bring to the Gretz Brothers' beer distributors building.