Although still hiring and spending, small businesses have lower expectations about growth in real sales.
Employers reported 75,114 planned layoffs in January, up 218% on December and 42% on the year-ago period.
More workers were hired and many put in more hours, but overall they produced less, said the Labor Department.
Companies also paid more for entry-level talent in 2015.
The budget will reportedly require employers without 401(k)s to set up an auto-enrollment individual retirement account for workers.
More than 1.2 million Walmart U.S. and Sam’s Club associates are slated to receive pay increases under the second phase of a program to invest in…
The online giant failed to properly record occupational illnesses and injuries at a New Jersey warehouse, says OSHA.
John Graham of Duke University reveals the results of the fourth quarter's Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey.
Worker hours fell but output increased; real hourly compensation and labor costs rose.
Business units, especially those betting heavily on risky projects, will be charged for using corporate services such as IT and recruiting.