Born between 1982 and 2004, they are the Millennial generation – and their impact on the workplace is significant, especially in Henrico County.
The restaurant will pay regular hourly workers and tipped employees a starting wage of $12.50 and $8.00 per hour, respectively.
A bill to remove the requirement to indicate a criminal record on government employment applications died in a House subcommittee Wednesday.
Residency requirements are bad for attracting talent, but a residency-specific housing stipend could extract many of the same benefits without the cost.
Representatives from the information technology, business, health, and culinary/hospitality sectors will be on hand
Virginia’s Employment Commission today released figures regarding the Commonwealth’s unemployment outlook in January. Virginia’s unemployment rate took a drop and remains below national rates.
The president will visit the Richmond region for the fourth time since September 2010, as he will address Rolls-Royce Crosspointe this morning on the topics of employment and technology. Gov. Bob McDonnell will also be in attendance