Mobile store employees, technicians and call center workers say they’ll go out on a short strike — Friday afternoon until Monday — if they don’t reach a tentative agreement.
The Pennsylvania Convention Center hosted 221 conventions, meetings, and trade shows in 2016, attracting 1.1 million attendees, who stayed 365,000 nights...
The sides were able to agree on a schedule for the production of documents, but could not agree on how many people each side would be allowed to interview before trial.
The city holds the number two spot, behind the Bay Area, in the number of tech jobs as a percentage of new jobs created in the region from 2002 to 2015. The stat sounds better than it is. Even so, there's still bragging rights to be had.
There are tears, and anger is no stranger over coffee and eggs, at the annual Workers Memorial Day breakfast and funeral held to honor people who died on the job.
Break out the Bluecoat (or maybe the Brawler): Philly is outstripping New York in the rate of job growth. Will Philadelphia’s momentum last, or will its traditional troubles (less than stellar schools and the wage tax) stall progress?
NEW YORK (AP) - The Communications Workers of America union says that up to 40,000 AT&T workers have started walking off the job over contract fights with the phone company. They'll return to work Monday.
Local food service and hospitality workers will rally at Philadelphia International Airport to speak out about low wages and working conditions for some PHL employers.
A church and a supermarket chain are teaming up to give people who’ve been in prison a prayer of a chance at a new life.
CEO Nancy Hesse says the health law insured a lot more people and enabled her hospital to help more patients. She's also a nurse who rose through the ranks to become CEO.
They marched on Washington in the 1960s, they protested the war, they worked in the civil rights movement, they saw American politics unravel during Watergate. Graying and retired, the protesters of the '60s, now in their 60s and older, are ready to protest again. They already know what to do.
Michael "Chilly" Chalenski, founder of CSS Inc., an employee background screening and drug testing firm in Gibbsboro, used his football ties to open up possibilities in business.
Thirteen U.S. senators sent a letter to Santander Holdings USA CEO Scott Powell urging him to remain neutral instead of opposing efforts by the Communications...
The controversy shined a light on a thorny issue for Quaker schools. While the American Friends Service Committee supports putting economic pressure on Israel over occupation of Palestinian territories, many students at Quaker schools are Jewish.
It's fine to talk about labor theory and the workforce of the future. Meanwhile, what's going to happen to the parking garage attendant who loses her job when the garage installs an automatic ticket-taker?