A local pizza shop owner says two robberies in a matter of weeks may be enough to drive him out of business, but the mayor is trying to reassure him that the city has his back.
Workers recently demonstrated downtown, demanding that all employers provide paid sick leave to everyone who works in the city.
On KDKA Radio Tuesday morning, Gov. Tom Wolf criticized UPMC for failing to pay its employees adequately, contrasting the salaries of the highest paid to the average at UPMC with what he paid his employees when he owned and operated a company.
WEST MIFFLIN (KDKA) — There are concerns over school-issued credit cards after a KDKA investigation discovered questionable spending. Expensive lunches, nightclub outings and a $50 purchase at the beer distributor are just a few of […]
Investigation: Despite Raising Taxes, West Mifflin Area School District Issues Credit Cards To Employees
The West Mifflin Area School District told people they had to raise their property taxes to meet expenses, so why have they been issuing credit cards to dozens of employees?
Dozens of protesters gathered outside of a Downtown Pittsburgh fast food restaurant early this morning.
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center says federal investigators now believe all 62,000 of the hospital network’s employees have had their personal information accessed by identity thieves who have used information from about 800 workers to file bogus federal tax returns.
U.S. Steel Corp. is laying off an undisclosed number of Pittsburgh employees to cut costs.
About 1,000 employees from Verizon Wireless in Cranberry and Warrendale have learned they have to move in order to keep their current jobs.
The invited guests lined up early at US Steel’s Irvin Plant, nearly three hours before the event, which was inside but still chilly.
Some Allegheny County employees are being accused of manipulating the system to earn higher pensions, and it is costing taxpayers millions of dollars.
Over a dozen Family Dollar employees are suing the company due to an overtime dispute.
Pennsylvania’s newest casino is laying off 15 percent of its 450 employees, citing “slower than expected” business since the resort casino opened two months ago.
A local care facility is barely able to operate after its accounts were frozen, and former employees say they’re worried that patient care has been seriously compromised.
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is the area’s largest health employer with more than 60,000 employees.