A study by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds that 9 in 10 workers who are age 50 or older say they are very or somewhat satisfied with their job.
Six Southern California Edison employees Monday were hospitalized and 20 others were evaluated after a strong odor was detected from the company’s call center in Long Beach.
Major companies are starting to fill seasonal job positions.
Any customer who buys another person a beverage at Starbucks Wednesday through Friday will be given a free tall brewed coffee in return.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has fired five workers and a student research assistant for peeping on patients’ private medical records in the days after reality television star Kim Kardashian gave birth to her daughter there.
Iyda Kelati, a branch manager for Adecco Staffing USA, appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning to discuss the latest unemployment numbers for Los Angeles.
Public employees of the city of Irvine earned total compensation packages last year that averaged nearly $150,000 per year including the cost of benefits, according to a study released Tuesday.
Anaheim-based Fisker Automotive Inc. has furloughed its employees two weeks after the company’s founder, Henrik Fisker, resigned as executive chairman during a management dispute.
Home Depot plans to hire 2,000 seasonal workers in the Southland to bulk up its gardening and plumbing departments.
If making a nearly six-figure salary in a fun, hospitable working environment sounds good, Chipotle Mexican Grill might be the company for you!
Five people were charged Tuesday in connection with the takeover armed robbery and hostage situation at a Westchester Nordstrom Rack department store last week.
After 53 years in business, Junior’s Restaurant will close its doors on Dec. 31 at 5 p.m. due to a rent dispute.
Two employees of a Harbor City strip club were wounded when shots were fired into the establishment early Saturday morning.
Some 160 Los Angeles Police Department employees could be laid off by January 1 under a cost-cutting plan announced by Chief Charlie Beck.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power warned customers Wednesday of criminals posing as employees trying to collect money on supposed overdue bills.