Business closures due to COVID-19 have affected women and young workers disproportionately, according to an update from Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Commissioner Steve Grove.
A group of Minnesota construction organizations issued a statement Wednesday outlining their efforts to combat the spread of COVID-19.
Amazon said Monday that it needs to hire 100,000 people across the U.S.
After months of negotiations, thousands of commercial janitors with SEIU Local 26 reached a Tentative Agreement with their employers, avoiding a strike that was set to begin Monday.
Teachers in St. Paul, Minnesota could strike on Tuesday, March 10 if they do not reach a new contract with the school district.
A coalition of people with disabilities is spearheading an effort to develop a more inclusive workforce in Minnesota.
More than 100 CenturyLink workers in Minnesota will be laid off in the coming months, according to a CenturyLink spokesman.
Late Thursday night, the members of the St. Paul Federation of Educators voted to strike. The date the strike is set to begin will be announced next week. Minnesota law required the union to give the district 10 days notice before striking.
Negotiators with a union that represents support staff, including security guards and janitors in the Twin Cities, will have a new tool as talks on a new contract drag out.
Nearly 2,000 health care workers have voted to authorize a strike that will affect approximately 30 HealthPartners facilities across the Twin Cities.
The University of Minnesota announced on Wednesday that the college is adding a new master's degree program in robotics.
Applicants were lined up Saturday at a one-day hiring event for new Metro Transit driving recruits.
More than 20 states will be raising the minimum wage to as much as $15 an hour come Jan. 1, 2020.
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Minnesota companies are facing a big worker crunch as the latest employment numbers show more open jobs now than ever before.
Layoffs at Comcast call centers in Minnesota could impact up to 235 employees, according to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.
The Great Minnesota Get Together is hiring for the 2018 fair
A new poll shows that more than 70 percent of companies are planning to hire college graduates.