D.C. Mayor Vince Gray won\’t say whether he will veto a bill that requires big-box stores to pay workers a minimum of $12.50 an hour.
The D.C. Council has given preliminary approval to a bill that
would require large retailers like Wal-Mart and Target to pay their employees at
least $12.50 an hour.
For many families, there comes a time when a parent who has acted as the main caregiver or childcare provider for his/her family makes the decision to return to part-time or full-time employment. Here are some tips for that transition.
Hiring managers have noticed young, newly graduated job seekers are doing some
strange and inappropriate things during interviews.
Everybody complains about his job at some point, but who really works in the worst professions? CareerCast.com is out with its annual list.
Washington is one of the top ranking metropolitan
offer the best chance for young adults to
establish themselves in
Whether you planned to take a break from your job for a period of time, or it was an unexpected surprise, there are things you can do to make the transition back to work easier on you and your family.
D.C. is the highest-paying city for women, with the median full-time woman earning an average income of $57,128, according to Forbes.
Calling in sick to the boss can be a nerve-racking
The green and energy sectors have some of the hottest jobs on the market. Joan Michelson, CEO of Green Connections Radio, provides tips for taking advantage of the employment opportunities.
A 15-day boot camp for veterans helps them retool
their skills to the business world.
To be competitive, women need to learn how to put
their networks to work and actively help other
women so that Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton
are not exceptions to the rule.
The sound of clattering dishes inside The Diner in
betrays the late hour as hurried servers scuttle
between tables. While most people
are getting ready for bed, the graveyard shift at
this Northwest D.C. eatery is
just getting started.
In the Frederick area, stores looking for holiday
help also include Macy\’s, Target, J.C. Penney and
Best Buy. Managers say applicants range from teens
They seem to have it all, but look closer, and
many hard-working Millennials are burning out at
work by age 30.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.