Google to Invest $50 Million to Prepare Job Seekers for 'Future Of Work'Google will invest $50 million "for the changing nature of work," starting with investments in the U.S. and Europe to train job seekers and improve working conditions for others, the company announced last week.
Long Hours at Work Could be Bad for Your HeartA new study finds working long hours may increase your risk for atrial fibrillation.
Bridge Repairs Begin Next MonthWork that was supposed to completely shut down one direction of a major interstate in the Metro-East this past weekend has been rescheduled for early next month.
Heat Wave Sets Records, Disrupts BusinessesSo where will July 2017 stack up in the history books when all is said and done?
Work Begins on Jamestown Mall RenovationsNext month work crews will move in and begin taking out huge chunks of hazardous materials at the abandoned Jamestown Mall
Volunteers Needed for 2018 PGA Championship in St. LouisThere are 9 volunteer opportunities to choose from, including: Will Call, Championship Shop, Contestant Evacuation, Laser Operations, Leaderboards & Thruboards and Marshals.
Local Program to Offer 700 Jobs for This SummerSchool is almost out in St. Louis City and Mayor Krewson is calling on employers to make room for young people looking for work.
Robots Moving Up in the World of BusinessRobots aren't just for the assembly line anymore.
Four St. Louis Officers Accused of Overtime Pay ForgeryAn internal affairs investigation accused them of forging documents to collect thousands of dollars in overtime pay for work they did not perform.
'Day Without Immigrants': Protest Closes Restaurants in U.S.The protest even reached into the U.S. Capitol, where a Senate coffee shop was among the eateries that were closed as employees did not show up at work.
Dairy Queen, School District Held Accountable For Teenager's SuicideWitnesses who testified say the Columbia-area teen had been bullied for years at school and at work.
Could Missouri Students Work from Home on Snow Days?House Bill 127 would allow for "alternative instruction plans" to be sent home for students on snow and sick days.

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