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Monday Best Day to Look for a Job

Monday Best Day to Look for a Job

Monday may have a redeeming quality after all

Submitting your resume on a Monday will increase your chances of moving to the next stage in the interview process significantly. Read More »

Abercrombie Illegally Fired Muslim Teen For Wearing Head Scarf, Judge Rules

Abercrombie Illegally Fired Muslim Teen For Wearing Head Scarf, Judge Rules

It's just the latest slap to the retailer over its "Look Policy."

A judge ruled that Abercrombie discriminated against the Muslim teen when she was fired for wearing a head scarf on the job. Read More »

NYC Engineer Offers Homeless Man Free Software Coding Classes

NYC Engineer Offers Homeless Man Free Software Coding Classes

Reactions to his decision to help have been mixed.

Reactions to his decision to help have been mixed. Read More »

Chicago Doctor Allegedly Posted Photos Of Drunk Patient On Social Media

Chicago Doctor Allegedly Posted Photos Of Drunk Patient On Social Media

Elena Chernyakova, a model, is suing, claiming the photos are ruining her career.

Elena Chernyakova, a model, is suing, claiming the photos are ruining her career. Read More »

Nebraska Cops Ordered To Give Stripper Back $1 Million In Cash

Nebraska Cops Ordered To Give Stripper Back $1 Million In Cash

It was her life savings, and it was seized at a routine traffic stop. Read More »

Calif. Bar Owner Uses Facebook To Screen Patrons

Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. By Lawrence Dechant Facebook users in or around the Stockton, Calif., area may be getting a new friend. A local business owner has made it his mission to friend every bar patron as a precautionary measure to keep the good patrons in and the bad ones... Read More »

N.Y. Man Claims Boss Fired Him For His Weight: 'You Got So Fat!'

N.Y. Man Claims Boss Fired Him For His Weight: 'You Got So Fat!'

A Brooklyn man has sued his former employer for firing him because of his weight, court documents show. A lawsuit, filed June 19 in the Kings County Supreme Court, maintains that Jerry Greenberg, the owner of the art framing store Frame it in Brooklyn Inc., withdrew an offer of employment to Seth Bogdanove... Read More »

Fla. Teacher Fired After Allegedly Faking Terminal Illness For A Year

Fla. Teacher Fired After Allegedly Faking Terminal Illness For A Year

By Elicia Dover A Florida first grade teacher has been suspended for allegedly lying about having a terminal disease so that she could leave school early and take extra days off. Ashley Barker, a teacher at the Laurel Elementary School in the Polk County School District, was informed by the school board that... Read More »

Trusted, Friendly Banker Allegedly Bilked $1.4 Million From Elderly Clients

Trusted, Friendly Banker Allegedly Bilked $1.4 Million From Elderly Clients

She seemed like an upstanding citizen: Trusted banker. Loyal friend. Coordinator of an American Cancer Society charity event. President of a merchant group in Montclair, a tony section of Oakland, Calif. But authorities alleged that Linda Sue Foss bilked at least seven mostly elderly clients out of nearly $1.4... Read More »

Papa John's Workers Fired After Butt-Dialing Customers

Papa John's Workers Fired After Butt-Dialing Customers

By Susanna Kim Papa John's Chairman and CEO John Schnatter apologized to a customer in Sanford, Fla., for a racist rant a Papa John's delivery man inadvertently left on the customer's voicemail. After he delivered a pizza to the Sanford customer and his wife Sunday evening, the delivery man "butt dialed" the... Read More »

Mexican Company Brings Jobs To The U.S.

Mexican Company Brings Jobs To The U.S.

By Jennifer Abbey Within in the next three years, one out of three babies born in the United States will be Hispanic. Hispanic American families have become a force, soon spending $1.5 trillion a year on goods, creating jobs for the companies that jump on the opportunity. While there has been a lot of talk... Read More »

Workers Forced To Practice Scientology, Feds Claim

Workers Forced To Practice Scientology, Feds Claim

Dynamic Medical Services in Miami allegedly forced its workers to spend at least half their workdays in courses that involved "screaming at ashtrays or staring at someone for eight hours without moving." Read More »

Pregnant T-Mobile Worker Had To 'Clock Out' To Go To Bathroom

Pregnant T-Mobile Worker Had To 'Clock Out' To Go To Bathroom

Kristi Rifkin had been working at T-Mobile Call Center in Nashville for four years when she got pregnant with her third child. She says that she loved her job. "I had a great run," Rifkin, 40, told ABC News. "I was making bonus. T-Mobile was good to me. I never had a problem getting a schedule I wanted. I... Read More »

She's Only 6 And She's A Millionaire

She's Only 6 And She's A Millionaire

ABC News' Taylor Behrendt reports: Isabella Barrett made it big on the TLC hit-show "Toddlers & Tiaras" and many viewed her as the newest star on the kiddie-pageant circuit. But Isabella, now 6 (pictured), got attention for all the wrong reasons last year when video showed her offering scathing criticism... Read More »

IRS Agent Seduced Me, Then Didn't Help Me With Audit, Oregon Man Claims

IRS Agent Seduced Me, Then Didn't Help Me With Audit, Oregon Man Claims

‚Äč By Steven Schnee, Chris Connelly and Megan Reilly "I felt like a cheap whore," says Vincent... Read More »

Why There Is A Shortage Of Male Teachers In Elementary Schools

Why There Is A Shortage Of Male Teachers In Elementary Schools

Advocates say more male teachers are desperately needed. Here's why there is a shortage. Read More »

'America's Mayor' Gets New Job: TV Pitchman

'America's Mayor' Gets New Job: TV Pitchman

By Alan Farnham Rudy Giuliani, former crime-busting mayor of New York City, has taken a new job: TV pitchman. Television ads featuring the 2008 presidential candidate and onetime D.A. have recently begun airing. In them, Giuliani warns viewers of the dangers of identity theft and touts the services of... Read More »

The Taco That Created 15,000 Jobs

The Taco That Created 15,000 Jobs

By Abby Ellin It may take a village to raise a child. But all it takes to raise employment is a... Read More »

High School Coach Accused Of Using Team Players To Get Dates

High School Coach Accused Of Using Team Players To Get Dates

A high school softball coach has resigned after he was accused of using his team of girls to find him dates. Troy Hennum submitted his resignation to Seattle Public Schools on Friday, officials said, after his dating scavenger hunt was brought to their attention by a woman who said she was targeted for a... Read More »

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