Workplace

The bad news is Washington still ranked seventh among the states in total initial unemployment claims filed during the peak layoff week in March

Vice President of Finance and Operations Barnett Silver offers advice on lessons learned

The federally mandated filings announcing the layoffs are only the tip of the iceberg in the job-loss devastation caused by the coronavirus crisis

The new fund will provide grants to area organizations that are assisting vulnerable populations in the Puget Sound area

The new fund will provide grants to area organizations that are assisting vulnerable populations in the Puget Sound area

Still, male managers have far better odds of getting that career-boosting promotion than do women, study shows

Still, male managers have far better odds of getting that career-boosting promotion than do women, study shows

The city’s hot job market is undercut by its high cost of living, putting it at a competitive disadvantage with other emerging tech hubs, study finds

The city’s hot job market is undercut by its high cost of living, putting it at a competitive disadvantage with other emerging tech hubs, study finds

Some 5,000 people nationally are the victims of fatal on-the-job injuries each year, according to recent study

Some 5,000 people nationally are the victims of fatal on-the-job injuries each year, according to recent study

They are among 100 companies highlighted as having the best work environments in the nation

CEO Jean Thompson discusses lessons learned

Nearly 45,000 workers in the state are misclassified as independent contractors each year, new study finds

Nearly 45,000 workers in the state are misclassified as independent contractors each year, new study finds