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The Hartford CourantThe new management of the XL Center in downtown Hartford plans to keep a large percentage of the venue's existing workforce on staff, but isn't ruling out some layoffs. "There could be layoffs, but we have no way of knowing that until we get in there and...
Tags: Unemployment, XL Center, AEG, Job Layoffs, Career and Workplace
At one time, the Defense Department expected to furlough its civilian employees 22 days. Now the estimate is 14. When will the news be official? Soon. That was the word Wednesday from Pentagon press secretary George Little during a briefing with...
Raytheon Co., the Waltham, Mass., aerospace giant, announced that two of its four business units will have new headquarters locations. Raytheon's space and airborne systems unit headquarters will move from El Segundo to McKinney, Texas, where the...
Hasn't anyone noticed that when politicians are forced to reduce public spending, they do not consider the tens of thousands of pencil-pushers (non-essential employees) to furlough but instead cut those public employees that will most inconvenience the...
Hiring for federal jobs in Maryland has fallen 30 percent since 2008, and for the first time in years is being outpaced by the number of employees retiring or resigning — a trend that has raised concerns among some about the government's ability...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBelieving in his employees to the very end, Lynn Bowers used to encourage them, saying their small Hagerstown company could compete like “a Davy in an industry of Goliaths.” But last year, after struggling through the worst economy many of...
— Fate is fickle, power cyclical, and nothing is new under the sun. Especially in Washington, where after every election the losing party is sagely instructed to confess sin, rend garments and rethink its principles lest it go the way of the Whigs....
Reuters* In Washington, barge industry courts lawmakers from river states * Critics question plan to boost already large subsidies for waterway traffic * Shipping industry has a history of support in Congress By Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON, May 6 (Reuters) - As...
Fate is fickle, power cyclical, and nothing is new under the sun. Especially in Washington, where after every election the losing party is sagely instructed to confess sin, rend garments and rethink its principles lest it go the way of the Whigs. And...
During my 40-plus-year working life, I worked for two Fortune 500 companies in the Lehigh Valley. Whenever there were economic conditions that forced cutbacks, the first thing that happened was a hiring freeze and a stop was put on the purchase of any...
In the nine weeks since modest cuts to federal spending growth kicked in, we've waited for the parade of horribles that President Barack Obama and his subordinates predicted. What we've instead witnessed, to our surprise and probably theirs, is members of...
FEMA teams in Indiana to assess flood damage KOKOMO, Ind. (AP) — Federal Emergency Management Agency teams are in Indiana assessing damage caused by recent flooding, which also claimed two lives. Local, state and federal officials moved into...
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May 6, 2013 |Story| Hartford Courant
May 2, 2013 |Story| Daily Press
May 6, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
May 1, 2013 |Story| Hartford Courant
May 4, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
May 5, 2013 |Story| Herald Mail
May 6, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
May 5, 2013 |Story| Reuters
May 5, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
May 4, 2013 |Story| Allentown Morning Call
May 5, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
May 4, 2013 |Story| AP Indiana
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