Rockwall County continued to enjoy low unemployment this summer, adding almost 1,400 new jobs during the past year.
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More than a third of Americans in a new national survey said they think the heightened focus on diversity at work has overlooked white men, according to the consultancy firm Ernst & Young. Thirty-two percent of male respondents, meanwhile, reported feeling "personally excluded" in the office.
At the end of July, the nation held its collective breath as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) looked poised to achieve his most formidable parliamentary accomplishment: the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act.
BOSTON — Business leaders are ripping Massachusetts' Democratic lawmakers for saddling private companies with $200 million in new health care fees without passing reforms to rein in MassHealth spending.
ATLANTA – Some working parents will no longer have to conjure up a convincing cough so they can stay home with a sick kid.
Wheatley Brown III had hit the wall. As an electronics installer, he wasn't going to make a lot of money.
Americans aren't saving enough for retirement.
If you work on an hourly basis, you may not have given much thought to what happens to your hours after you log out of your workstation. You might assume those hours are simply converted into dollars and show up on your paycheck.