Human Capital

House passes minimum wage bill, Dayton just needs to sign

The Minnesota House voted to pass a bill that would raise minimum wage and now all it needs is Gov. Mark Dayton’s signature to become law. The MN House has joined the Senate in voting to...

April 10, 2014

House OKs bill aimed at narrowing workplace gender gaps

The Minnesota House has approved a bill aimed at improving wages and other workplace issues for women. After almost four hours of debate Wednesday, lawmakers OK’d the “Women’s Economic...

April 10, 2014

Stefanie Lenway

St. Thomas Names Stefanie Lenway Dean Of Its Biz School

Currently the dean of Michigan State’s business school, Stefanie Lenway will become the dean of the Opus College of Business in Minneapolis this summer.

April 04, 2014

Construction jobs aplenty in southeast Minnesota

There are new signs of growth in Rochester this spring, partly spurred by the Mayo Clinic’s plans for a new $5 billion flagship campus makeover. The Mayo project calls for doubling the size...

April 03, 2014

State Grants $740K To Startup That's Adding Jobs In Hastings

HexFuel plans to have 150 employees at a new Hastings plant and might double that headcount within several years.

April 03, 2014

Governor Mark Dayton

Dayton, Lawmakers Agree To Boost Pay For Care Workers

The $14 million provision included in Governor Mark Dayton’s budget funds the equivalent of about 218 full-time employees in the Department of Human Services.

April 02, 2014

Anoka-Hennepin reaches tentative contract with teachers

The Anoka-Hennepin school district and its teachers union have reached a tentative agreement on a new two-year contract, after nearly 10 months at the bargaining table. The two sides met for more...

April 01, 2014

Inc. Magazine Recognizes 2 MN Cos. For Ongoing Job Growth

Trissential and Horizontal Integration were named to “The Build 100,” Inc. magazine’s list of mid-size companies that have experienced sustained employment growth.

April 01, 2014

Adjunct faculty in Minnesota explore unionizing

For the first time, half of all college instructors in the U.S. are part-time adjunct professors, who generally work long hours for low pay and no benefits, and have  little job security. A...

March 30, 2014

Further fallout: 8 Minnesota Orchestra board members resign

Eight members of the Minnesota Orchestral Association Board resigned in the wake of President and CEO Michael Henson‘s announcement that he would step down on Aug. 31, according to media...

March 29, 2014

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