There Are Real Benefits to Taking a Break From WorkEmployers who fully support "time off" have noticed an increase in employee well-being and group productivity.
Interim Mizzou President Discusses Racial Discord, FutureThe interim president of the University of Missouri system says the school could be a national example in how it responds to racial unrest that rocked the Columbia campus last fall.
Walmart to Cut Job Across 500 StoresThe job cuts are said to occur mostly at stores in the West and involve accounting and invoicing workers.
New Wireless-Linked Semi-Trucks Could be Approved in MissouriThe bill wouldn't remove drivers from the truck, but allow trucks to be more efficient and safer for other highway drivers.
Why Your Resumé Isn't Getting You In The DoorHaving a hard time getting your foot in the door for a job interview? Farai Chideya, author of "The Episodic Career," shares her tips for making yourself stand out from the pack!
Court of Appeals Won't Reconsider Racial Discrimination Case Against SLMPDRetaliation Claims Being Reviewed by EEOC
Report: Police Program Helped Man who Prostituted Teen A newspaper report says a man who's serving 15 years in prison for running an underage prostitution operation did so out of an apartment that police helped him get through an anti-violence program.
Wildwood, East St. Louis On Opposite Ends of Small Town RankingsWallet hub, the personal finance website, put together the rankings based on 22 factors to find the best and worst small cities in the U.S.
Monsanto Posts 4Q Loss, to Eliminate 2,600 Jobs to Cut CostsThe job cuts will reduce the company's 22,500-employee workforce of by about 12 percent over the next two years.
WalletHub Ranking Finds Illinois is a Happier State Than MissouriThe personal finance website measured things like emotional and physical health, safety concerns, obesity and divorce rates and income levels.
McCaskill Calls for Higher VA Director Salary to Attract CandidatesSt. Louis is one of 30 VA cities around the country struggling to fill vacancies in the top position.
Missouri Senator Accused by Interns Leaves Credit Union JobA Missouri state senator has left his credit union job following allegations that he made unwanted sexual advances toward Capitol interns.

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