Employment Archive

‘Paycheck Protection’ Finds Support At County Levels

Bills being considered by the Pennsylvania Legislature would deny unions the

PA Unemployment Down, But So Is Labor Force Size

The state's unemployment rate dropped to below 7 percent during December

Proposals Would Affect Public Worker Dues Payments

School district unions and other public sector labor representation in Pennsylvania

Are You In One Of The Nation’s Most Dangerous Jobs?

Blue-collar occupations like those on which Greater Pottstown area residents have

Proposal Covers Limerick Police Pension Plan Changes

Police retirees who have 26 or more years of service would

Hey, Baby Boomer; Saved Enough Yet To Retire?

One-in-four 65-year-olds today will live past 90. One-in-10 will live until

Debate: Will Pennsylvania Follow Jersey’s Wage Hike?

Economists who look at a coming wage hike approved by New

Twin Workshops Prepare Job Seekers For The Marketplace

An initial session, on Monday (Oct. 21) in Lionville, shows those

Lost Your Job? Maybe It’s Time For Some Retraining

Two courses for what Montgomery County Community College calls "high-demand occupations"

Wednesday’s Career Fair Booming With Area Companies

More than 80 area employers are scheduled to conduct interviews Wednesday

Community Network Conducts Five Career Prep Workshops

Looking for work? The TriCounty Community Network wants to help! To

Unemployment Cheats, Beware! PA Set To Crack Down

A proposal to increase penalties for unemployment fraud, eliminate the statute

Nursing Care Provider Holds A Career Open House

Those interested in caring for special needs children can get more

Fox Rothschild Seminar Covers Sexual Harassment Issues

The legal firm has scheduled the breakfast workshop for February 2013

Limerick’s Gateway Resources Seeks Employer Input

Gateway Employment Resources on West Ridge Pike is conducting an online