Management & Labor

How Laid-Off Workers Are Recovering (or Not)

See charts and a few key takeaways on new data measuring how recently laid-off workers are faring across regions and industries.

How the Recession Beefed Up Sister City Relationships

U.S. cities traditionally develop relationships with foreign cities for diplomatic, cultural or educational purposes. But more and more are looking to them for economic development.

Does Eric Garcetti Have a Big Enough Vision for L.A.?

In breaking with his predecessors, the mayor isn’t focused on one or two big priorities. Instead, he’s sweating the small stuff -- at least for now.

Washington Works with Unions Before the Bargaining Table

In an unusual approach to boosting employee engagement, the state is bringing in the unions to solve problems earlier.

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