Top posts this past week include tips for summer slackers, stories on Walmart and Doughnut Inn, and advice on interacting with your bosses. Read More »
Wal-Mart is replacing the CEO of its US operations. Bill Simon steps down immediately. His replacement, the CEO of Walmart Asia, steps in August 9. Read More »
This week, working moms crashed Walmart, a Family Dollar store manager went nuts on the internet, and we explored the mysterious world of beekeeping. Read More »
We match the salaries of some of the world's highest-paid CEOs with those of average employees. The results highlight some truly gaping wage disparities. Read More »
A new study has found that the long-term unemployed make equally strong hires as employees who have shown a consistent work history. Read More »
No names please: Workers for the nation’s biggest employer are pouring out their woes online. Even the financial media is paying attention.
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Low-wage work used to be a stepping stone to a better career, but as middle-income jobs increasingly vanish, people are becoming stuck in these occupations. Read More »
Wal-Mart's high-profile advertising campaign to promote its recent pledge to purchase $250 billion of American-made products draws death threats and ridicule. Read More »
Gap, Inc. announced that it will set a minimum wage of $10 per hour for its employees by next year. Wal-Mart is considering supporting a minimum wage increase. Read More »
The National Labor Relations Board says the retailer illegally fired, disciplined or threatened more than 60 employees who participated in protests. Read More »
The National Labor Board charges Walmart illegally fired, disciplined or threatened striking workers last year. Read More »
Walmart, the country's largest private employer, is under the spotlight during the Thanksgiving holiday season. Read More »
AOL Jobs visited a Walmart in Kearny, N.J., and chatted with greeter "Venke" Venkatraman, an amiable 72-year-old who has it in his nature to love people. Read More »
A Cleveland Walmart is asking its employees to help each other out during the holidays. Read More »
The private sector has committed itself to hiring veterans of the post-9/11 wars. Starbucks announces a plan to hire 10,000 more. Read More »
if you're on a company break and see a woman being beaten up, the noble thing to do is step in. Kristopher Oswald says Walmart fired him for doing just that. Read More »
The retail sector is expected to see a drop-off in holiday hiring in 2013. Read More »
Washington D.C.'s mayor called the bill a 'job killer.' Read More »
Walmart workers and activists are planning strikes in 15 cities. But will they have any impact? Read More »
Walmart protesters reportedly have set a deadline of Labor Day for the retailer to improve conditions. Read More »
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