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MedStar Washington Hospital Center cutting jobs

MedStar Washington Hospital Center is cutting jobs as financial pressures mount at the District's largest hospital.

Monday - 11/11/2013, 01:30pm EST

Tags: Washington Hospital Center, medstar,

9 things your boss doesn't want to hear

Saying the wrong thing to your boss can do major career damage.

Wednesday - 10/30/2013, 05:21am EDT

Tags: career, monster, veronica robinson

Computer programs help find the right new hire

Machines are starting to determine who's right for the job. And, what's more, they're even predicting who will be the star employee.

Monday - 10/14/2013, 04:29am EDT

Tags: veronica robinson, bloomberg, careers, computers

120 manufacturing jobs headed to Danville

A company that will manufacture and refurbish molds used to make tires is planning to open a plant in Danville, creating 120 jobs.

Saturday - 09/21/2013, 01:53pm EDT

Tags: Danville, Va., Bob McDonnell, North American Mold Technology,

Parents in the workplace can boost morale, productivity

It's like "Bring Your Kids to Work Day" -- but the opposite.

Wednesday - 09/18/2013, 04:23am EDT

Tags: bring your parents to work day, work, Wall Street Journal, david burd

Amazon to add more than 500 jobs in Chester

Thursday - 09/12/2013, 02:08pm EDT

Tags: Amazon, Chester,

Gray's stance on Wal-Mart not as straightforward as 3 years ago

In a WTOP interview in 2010, Vince Gray, as mayor-elect, was definitive about the wages Wal-mart should pay. Now, with the "living wage" bill before him and a week to make a decision on its fate, he's not as candid.

Tuesday - 09/10/2013, 01:53pm EDT

Tags: living wage bill, living wage, walmart, Vince Gray, D.C., economic development, andrew mollenbeck


'Jobs' fails to find the man within the businessman

WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley reviews the new Steve Jobs biopic "Jobs."

Friday - 08/23/2013, 12:19pm EDT

Tags: Fraley on Film, jason fraley, Steve Jobs


D.C.'s 'living wage' bill still in limbo

A D.C. bill that sparked a national debate because it would require big retailers to pay workers a minimum of $12.50 an hour remains in the hands of the D.C. Council more than 40 days after lawmakers officially approved it.

Wednesday - 08/21/2013, 01:30pm EDT

Tags: D.C., Wal-Mart, living wage, Vince Gray, employment, Nick Iannelli

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