About 50 Rams Employees Left Behind in Move to Los AngelesThe team is providing a placement service for these employees, offering resume and interview tips, as well as networking opportunities.
Arch Coal Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy ProtectionArch Coal Inc. says its mines will remain open and its employees should not be immediately affected by the bankruptcy process.
Granite City Steel Company Lays Off Hundreds of WorkersLayoffs kicked in for roughly 500 workers, and about 2,000 will be sent home in the coming weeks, according to Dave Dowling, Subdistrict 2 director for the Steelworkers Union.
Earn $42K Annually For Picking Up The TrashThe National Waste and Recycling Association says they need new drivers, mechanics and welders to come on board right away
Records: Ill. Athletics Part of $1.5M Vehicle Program An open records request has found that 57 University of Illinois athletics employees, including coaches, administrators and wives, are part of a program in which car dealers provide them use of $1.5 million worth of vehicles.
Former Senior Center Employees Accused of Stealing Resident's CarA couple of former senior living center employees are accused of stealing one of the resident's cars and driving to Colorado, where they were going to "leave Missouri behind and start a new life."
TBT: Venture Store Reunion in Alton for Customers, EmployeesVenture was headquartered in O'Fallon, Missouri until 1988, when the company filed for Chapter 11.
STL County Jail Employees Fear Layoffs to Privatize Medical CareSt. Louis County health workers are worried about losing their jobs if the county privatizes medical care at the jail.
Haaf Considers Permanent Stay at St. Louis VASt. Louis is one of some 30 VA markets in search of a permanent medical director
TriWest Healthcare Plans to Hire 500 People in Kansas City An Arizona-based health care services company for the military plans to open a service center in Kansas City and hire 500 employees.
Rauner Vetoes Strike and Lockout Ban as Union OKs ExtensionEven as Illinois and the union that represents most of its employees agreed to a short-term deal Wednesday to keep workers on the job through contract negotiations, Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed union-backed legislation that would have blocked strikes and lockouts.
Kansas City Leaders Approve Minimum Wage BoostKansas City's minimum wage would rise to $13 an hour over about four and a half years under a newly approved ordinance.

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