Being Fired Hurts More, Has Longer Recovery Time Than Break Up, Study FindsAccording to a study, most people are hurt more by the loss of a job than the termination of a relationship.
More Than 100 Employees Laid Off At Federal Premium In AnokaMore than 100 employees have been laid off at Federal Premium in Anoka. The ammunition manufacturer says the layoffs, 110 of them, occurred over the weekend.
4 Things To Know: Zika Virus Latest, Helen Mirren's Anti-Drunk Driving Ad & MoreFrom the latest news concerning the Zika virus to Helen Mirren's anti-drunk driving Super Bowl ad, here are the our stories to know for Wednesday, Feb. 3.
Polaris Lays Off 100 WorkersPolaris laid off 100 salaried workers Monday, half of which are in the Twin Cities. A company spokesperson said Tuesday the demand for snowmobiles and other all-terrain vehicles is down.
Layoffs Set For Jan. 18 At Magnetation In Iron RangeIron ore producer Magnetation has a target date for layoffs on the Iron Range. The company said in a statement Wednesday night it will idle the plant in Bovey beginning Jan. 18.
Magnetation Warns Of Layoffs At Bovey PlantAnother batch of worrisome taconite industry news is hitting Minnesota's Iron Range.
UW System Cuts Dozens Of Positions In Cost-Saving MeasureThe University of Wisconsin System has eliminated dozens of administrative and academic affairs positions in a cost-saving move — both to help cope with state budget cuts and as part of a long-term streamlining plan.
Target Lays Off Another 235 In Twin CitiesAnother round of layoffs has struck Target Corp. in the Twin Cities. The company eliminated 235 positions Tuesday from its headquarters in Minneapolis and satellite offices in St. Louis Park and Brooklyn Park. It also cut 40 positions from its IT Center in India.
Union Expects Recall Soon Of All Laid Off Minntac WorkersThe United Steelworkers union says it expects all laid off employees at U.S. Steel's Minntac mine to be recalled in the next two weeks. In a statement on the Local 1930 website, local president Lowell Carlon says the company has already recalled 68 maintenance and other employees in preparation.
Bird Flu-Related Layoffs Harming Faribault's Economy, ResidentsIt has been nearly three weeks since the last reported case of the bird flu in Minnesota. But the state has been hit hard since the outbreak began in March. About nine million turkeys and more than 100 farms have been lost.
Minnesota Agency Employees Warned Of Layoffs Get New NoticeMinnesota state government employees warned this month of potential layoffs have gotten new notices canceling the threat.
U.S. Bancorp CEO Warns Of Possible LayoffsThe head of Minneapolis-based U.S. Bancorp warns that he might have to lay off some of his employees if interest rates don't start climbing later this year. Chairman and CEO Richard Davis made that comment at a conference this week.