By Jill Krasny
When you want the goods on the casino, lottery and airline industries, the only place to go is Reddit.
Recently, Beastmachine, a self-proclaimed five-year veteran of Citadel hotels in Halifax, Nova Scotia, did an "Ask Me Anything" on the service industry that was pretty revealing. Read More »
American workers are increasingly miserable on the job. No wonder: Those who survived mass layoffs during the recent recession often were rewarded with more work for the same or less pay.
A survey released last fall found that nearly a third (32 percent) of U.S. workers considered quitting their jobs, up 9... Read More »
While workers prize their employer-sponsored retirement plans, few feel that they're prepared to retire. Changes to traditional pensions, known as defined-benefit plans, is one reason U.S. workers worry about they're ability to retire, according the latest "What's Working Survey" from the consulting firm,... Read More »
Whether it's the depressed housing market, high employment or breathtakingly high national debt, the U.S. economy has its share of woes these days. Look north, however, and you'll see a very different scenario.
Though Canada and the United States are often viewed as very similar, our bigger, chillier... Read More »
Canada has been featured since the Vietnam conflict as the model for how a nation can do it right, ranging from maintaining peace to humane labor conditions.
Many Americans, of course, envied all that. Well, now you can get over the jealousy, at least most of it. As CNN Money reports, the bloom is off the... Read More »