W.Va. lawmakers ranked on annual bipartisanship scale | News, Sports, Jobs

CHARLESTON — Which West Virginia legislators rank highest on the bipartisanship scale? The nonpartisan Lugar Center — founded by the former US Sen. Richard Lugar — and the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University released their annual Bipartisan Index Rankings last week for the first session of 117th Congress, covering 2020 and 2021.… Read More »

Work for Worcester | City of Worcester, MA

Overview The City of Worcester is the heart of Central Massachusetts and the Commonwealth, and a wonderful place to work. Home to more than 200,000 residents and thriving businesses, renowned higher educational institutions, diverse cultural amenities and a vibrant social scene, Worcester is a leading New England city and a great place to live and… Read More »

GF Business News: Jobs…beer & coffee

Employers posted a record 11.5 million job openings in March, meaning the United States now has an first who has two job openings for every person is unemployed. The latest data released Tuesday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics further reveals an extraordinarily tight labor market that has emboldened millions of Americans to seek better… Read More »

Canadian offices going to the dogs as work-from-home ending

Daisy moseys over to greet visitors, her tail wagging. She’s listed as chief morale officer on Tangsten Collaborative’s website, and is among the many pets joining their owners returning to Canadian offices after working from home through the pandemic. The 12-year-old Lab sniffs for treats. Before long, a Basset Hound named Delilah waddles over, offering… Read More »

Most common jobs 150 years ago in New York

With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to impact the global economy, the current job market is a hot topic in the news cycle. But while the pandemic itself is, historically, something of an economic aberration, the US economy that we know today has a long and storied history of expansions, recessions, and evolution. At the time… Read More »

Family Seeks Answers To Disappearance Of Crimean Health-Care Activist

Health-care activist and blogger Iryna Danylovych was returning home from work at a boarding home in southeastern Crimea on April 29 when she went missing, purportedly detained by the peninsula’s Russian authorities for allegedly passing information to a nongovernmental organization. But her family and lawyer cannot be sure. They have been unable to determine Iryna’s… Read More »

Hiring Is Hard Enough. Now New Workers Are Vanishing Before They Even Start.

Enervise Inc. recently found someone to fill a $75,000-a-year job. The new hire said he would move to Cincinnati and report to orientation at 8 am on his first Monday. The day before, he emailed to say he had changed his mind. Taken aback, Aaron Dorfman, the recruiting manager for the facility-services and plumbing company,… Read More »