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  • U.S. job openings, hiring hit five-year highs in September

    U.S. job openings, hiring hit five-year highs in September
    U.S. job openings in September grew by 69,000 from the year before to 3.9 million, one of the highest levels since 2008, signaling the economy has continued expanding moderately, the Labor Department reported Friday. Since September 2012, the number...
  • California added 39,800 jobs, state unemployment rate falls to 8.7%

    California added 39,800 jobs, state unemployment rate falls to 8.7%
    California employers added 39,800 payroll jobs in October as the unemployment rate dropped to 8.7% since the last jobs report was released, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday. Job gains were seen across the Golden State last month, with six...
  • Carlin & Buchsbaum, LLP

    Carlin & Buchsbaum, LLP
    Employment litigation was a nascent field when, in the 1970s, Gary Carlin focused his practice in that area. As the field grew, Carlin’s firm—now called Carlin & Buchsbaum, LLP—grew with it. Today, the firm is a leading employee rights...
  • Greenberg, Whitcombe & Takeuchi, LLP

    Greenberg, Whitcombe & Takeuchi, LLP
    Greenberg, Whitcombe & Takeuchi, LLP (“GWT”), is a boutique law firm dedicated to providing skilled and efficient representation in a wide range of business, real estate, construction, and employment litigation, as well as in corporate,...
  • To keep L.A. and Long Beach's ports trucking

    To keep L.A. and Long Beach's ports trucking
    It takes 10,000 professional truck drivers to move all the goods that come into the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. And it's no wonder. Our two ports handle 40% of all goods imported to the United States. A lot of the jobs generated by the ports,...
  • L.A. County sees 3.1% bump in entertainment jobs in October

    L.A. County sees 3.1% bump in entertainment jobs in October
    Employment in L.A.'s entertainment sector rebounded last month, with the number of film and TV jobs rising 3.1% over the year before. Employment in L.A. County's motion picture and sound recording category — which covers the bulk of employment...
  • Food insecurity shows no sign of improvement

    Food insecurity shows no sign of improvement
    For many of us, this is a time to be thankful for the blessings we enjoy. For others, it's another week of wondering if there'll be enough food to keep the family fed. At least 4 million Californians are struggling with what's called food insecurity...
  • Supreme Court to hear Obamacare challenge over birth control drugs

    Supreme Court to hear Obamacare challenge over birth control drugs
    WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear another legal challenge to President Obama’s healthcare law, this time to decide whether a corporation can refuse to pay to cover birth control drugs that violate the religious beliefs of the...
  • India's not-so-hidden shame: World leader in modern slavery

    India's not-so-hidden shame: World leader in modern slavery
    NEW DELHI -- When Savita Debnath was 14, two unknown men came to her impoverished village in eastern India, promising her a job cleaning houses for $40 a month in nearby Kolkata, but when she got there, agents forced her onto a train to New Delhi and sold...
  • Healthcare costs at big L.A. firms up 4.5% this year, survey shows

    Healthcare costs at big L.A. firms up 4.5% this year, survey shows
    Healthcare costs for Los Angeles employers climbed 4.5% this year to $11,625 per employee, a new survey shows, and firms expect a bigger increase in 2014. Nationwide, health-benefit costs in the workplace rose just 2.1% in 2013 to $10,779 per worker,...
  • Gay sports leagues gain ground as a social outlet

    Gay sports leagues gain ground  as a social outlet
    Jason Bergquist tugs the laces tight on his Nike cleats and grins at his parents in the front row of the bleachers at the Hollywood Recreation Center. With zero wins for the season, Bergquist's kickball team has a lot to prove. His mother snaps iPhone...