#Retail Trade

Study: Industries with the most quitting

The American labor market is rapidly changing. The wave of “great resignations” the country witness during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, is still going strong two years later. A new research by the US Bureau for Labor Statistics reveals which industries are losing the most employees. The study...
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Low unemployment rates a blessing and a curse

While a low unemployment rate is almost always good news for a community, it can also be a double-edged sword, said local officials. “The good news is that the unemployment rate is 2.2 percent,” Coweta County Development Authority President Sarah Jacobs told the authority board members at their December meeting. “The bad news is that the unemployment rate is 2.2 percent.”
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Imports Winding Down as Holiday Season Nears Finish Line

WASHINGTON – With most holiday merchandise already on retailers’ shelves or in their warehouses, December cargo volume at the nation’s major container ports should be significantly below records set earlier this year, according to the monthly Global Port Tracker report released today by the National Retail Federation and Hackett Associates.

Walmart CEO: Soaring theft could lead to higher prices, store closures

Rising in-store theft that’s often going unchecked by local law enforcement could force Walmart to raise prices or even close some stores, CEO Doug McMillon told CNBC Tuesday. “Theft is an issue,” McMillon said. “It’s higher than what it’s historically been.”. The comments made by...

New rule for chain stores: Data will be transferred to the system of the Ministry of Commerce

The Regulation Amending the Regulation on the Principles and Rules to be Applied in Retail Trade was published in the Official Gazette. According to this; Chain stores with more than 200 branches will transfer the products they offer for sale and the data regarding their branches to the system to be determined by the Ministry of Commerce.

Puerto Rico labor market shows positive trends in 2Q22

The Puerto Rico Labor Department’s Industrial Composition by Municipality report for the second quarter of 2022, reflected an increase in employed people, total wages, average salary per worker, and establishments, when compared to the same period in 2021. When comparing the most recent numbers against the first quarter of...

Employment rate in October 2022 at 95.5 percent – PSA

The country’s employment rate continued to pick-up to 95.5 percent in October 2022, from 95.0 percent in the previous month. The estimated employment rate this October 2022 was the highest rate recorded since January 2020 and registered to have bounced back to the pre-pandemic levels. In terms of level,...

Cass Information Systems is Now Included in Piper Sandler’s Coverage, Effective Immediately

The Fly reported on Tuesday that equity research analysts at Piper Jaffray have assumed coverage on shares of Cass Information Systems. This information comes from a report published on Tuesday (NASDAQ: CASS). They informed their investors of their decision via a handwritten note accompanied by an explanation and sent to each of their investors. The brokerage firm in the transaction assigned a rating of “neutral” to the company’s stock that specializes in business services. This rating was given to the company’s stock.

11 Low Risk Businesses to Start: Up to $15k a Month Part-Time

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Sault unemployment rate remains low, jobs plentiful

Sault Ste. Marie’s unemployment rate is below the national and provincial averages. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. November data released by the Algoma Workforce Investment Corp. states the Sault’s unemployment rate was 4.1 per cent for November, below the national rate of 5.1 per cent and Ontario’s 5.5 per cent.

U.S. Job Growth Surpasses Expectations In November

The U.S. economy added 263,000 jobs in November, more than economists expected. “Notable job gains occurred in leisure and hospitality, health care, and government,” the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics said. “Employment declined in retail trade and in transportation and warehousing.”. The unemployment rate remained steady at 3.7...

Many retailers follow the call for a general strike

Shop closures are a powerful symbol and have a long tradition in Iran to express dissatisfaction with the situation in the country. The Iranian leadership has therefore tried everything to force business owners to open their shops. Nevertheless, since Monday many shopkeepers have responded to the protest movement’s call for a nationwide, three-day general strike.

Assam HS Time Table 2023: Check AHSEC 12th Class Exam Dates

Assam HS Time Table 2023: The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council will soon release the Assam HS Time Table 2023. The students who will be appearing for the HS 2023 examination are advised to finish their syllabus as the authorities will be releasing the timetable for the higher secondary classes in the month of January 2023 tentatively. For the information of our readers, the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council is the sole authority responsible for conducting the higher secondary examination in various schools in Assam.

Retailer workforce struggling for more wages

In the last one month, retailers in France have been facing the heat of employee demonstrations on wage issue. As per media reports, Zara, Primark, Galeries Lafayette have been hit by strikes and demonstrations outside their stores. Apart from insisting on higher pay, employees are also asking for better working...

What’s Up For 2023?

It’s been a bad three years! It appears that our society and economy has learned how to deal with COVID19, even if we cannot eradicate it. Americans have suffered. Our country has recorded about 1.25 million excess deaths during the COVID-19 era so far. That’s about one in every 250 Americans. We are all grateful that the human damage has tapered off, even if COVID still takes about 300 American lives daily.