Police on Long Island arrested the owner of a photography store Monday, on allegations that he was secretly recording his employees using the restroom.
More than 100 employees have been laid off in the Newark Public School system, according to a published report.
Businesses have long endured employees pilfering pens, paper clips and other items for personal use, called “supply-jacking.”
After 15 Long Island Rail Road employees were arrested and charged with stealing over $250,000 worth of copper wire, the railroad agency said it will put in place new measures so that similar thefts will not happen.
About 40,000 AT&T landline workers are staying on the job this week without a contract, their union said Sunday.
Two U.S. senators are asking Attorney General Eric Holder to investigate whether employers asking for Facebook passwords during job interviews are violating federal law, their offices announced Sunday.
Twitter Chairman Jack Dorsey made the announcement Thursday with Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The underground garage is used by state government employees who work in the Statehouse complex. It’s located less than 200 yards from the banks of the Delaware River and is prone to flooding when the river rises.
New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says Wednesday overtime “flows like water” at the agency responsible for the region’s airports, seaports, PATH rail system, tunnels and bridges between New York and New Jersey.
State numbers show there were about 4,700 fewer teachers and 600 fewer administrators in New Jersey’s public schools this year compared to the year before. The employees quit, retired or were dismissed to save money.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo confirmed he will propose a new, less generous pension system for future state, local and school employees that is designed to save taxpayers $93 billion over 30 years.