This week's top read from around the web looks at why companies are having a tough time finding salespeople.
Many former workers who had performance or conduct issues are back — and messing up again.
The wish list of traits desired in entry-level finance and management accounting staff continues to expand.
Executives are forecasting only moderate growth in their full-time employee base, despite forecasts of robust revenue growth.
The delivery service muscled up for Christmas to avoid delivery problems, but demand came in below expectations.
Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe Systems to settle class-action lawsuit over secret agreements to keep their hands off each other's workforces.
The December National Federation of Independent Business survey shows optimism is back up to pre-recession levels.
A new bill passed by the House of Representatives would allow employers to offer fewer workers health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
U.S. companies laid off 483,171 workers last year, a 5% decrease from 2013 and the lowest total since 1997.
Companies with 49 employees or fewer produced 43% of all private-sector job gains last month, according to ADP.