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The PFSE, which represents paraprofessionals, bus drivers and attendants, cafeteria workers, custodians and educational secretaries, and the Pittsfield School Committee have been in contract negotiations since last summer. Now both sides are asking for a state provided mediator to step in to the process.

U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, D-Conn., chairman of the House Select Committee on Economic Disparity and Fairness in Growth, is confident that the commi…

Ashantee Franklin, of New York City, made a pandemic career switch. Franklin started her contract job at Bank of America in June as a technolo…

After Mark Wray, 25, of Charlotte, N.C., lost his job last year working concessions at a movie theater, he received training for higher-paying…

Target, where Sharon McCown was earning $13 an hour stocking shelves and helping customers, gave frontline workers an extra $2 an hour in haza…

When Kentucky’s governor ordered most businesses to shut down amid the pandemic in March 2020, Lake Shircliff kept his job at Target. Shirclif…