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  • Dick's Sporting Goods will hire 100 people for holidays at Baltimore stores

    Dick's Sporting Goods will hire 100 people for holidays at Baltimore stores

    Dick’s Sporting Goods plans to hire 100 seasonal workers to boost staffing at its nine Baltimore-area stores during the upcoming holiday shopping season, the retailer said Wednesday. The sporting goods chain plans to fill 5,000 seasonal job openings Oct. 24 during its “National Signing Day” nationwide...

  • Mo's Seafood settles workers' claim they were underpaid

    Mo's Seafood settles workers' claim they were underpaid

    A company that operates Mo’s Seafood restaurants has agreed to pay $1 million to settle a claim by 34 former workers that the restaurant chain underpaid them. The seafood company did not admit to liability under the terms of the settlement of the suit, first filed in 2015 in U.S. District Court...

  • HomeGoods will open in former Hunt Valley Sears

    HomeGoods will open in former Hunt Valley Sears

    Discount home decor store HomeGoods is moving into part of a former Sears department store in Hunt Valley. HomeGoods will open a nearly 22,000-square-foot store Sunday within the former Sears space at Hunt Valley Towne Center, at Shawan and York roads. Sears Holdings Corp., parent of the struggling...

  • Amazon's $15 an hour wage hike could pressure other retailers and employers

    Amazon's $15 an hour wage hike could pressure other retailers and employers

    Amazon’s move to boost its U.S. workers’ minimum wage to $15 per hour next month could put pressure on large retailers and other employers to follow with similar increases, especially amid a tight labor market where job openings often outnumber applicants. Employers in areas where Amazon operates...

  • Maryland unemployment rate ticks down to 4.2 percent in August

    Maryland unemployment rate ticks down to 4.2 percent in August

    The unemployment rate in Maryland ticked down in August to 4.2 percent from 4.3 percent the previous month, but remained higher than a year ago when it was 4 percent. The dip was the first downward movement in the rate in six months and narrowed the gap to the national unemployment rate of 3.9...

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