The company says Sotero Ramirez and Robert Lemon downloaded thousands of files of valuable and confidential information in the days leading up to their resignations, amounting to theft of company property and a violation of their non-disclosure and non-competition agreements.
Indiana jobless rate remains steady at 3.6% in May
Indiana’s labor-force participation rate—the percentage of the state’s population that is either employed or actively seeking work—dipped from 65.3% in April to 65% in May.Read More
With the unemployment rate at 3.2% and competition growing as multiple companies ramp up hiring, finding seasonal employees will be tough.
The company’s goal is to find talented people who live out of state but have a connection to Indiana—then lure them here to live and work.
The animal-welfare group said Thursday that David Horth has been promoted from interim to permanent CEO. He follows a longtime local not-for-profit leader who was abruptly terminated in late July.
You don’t have to read between the lines of Amazon’s recent HQ2 decision to determine that Indianapolis’ tech talent pool, while strengthening, is still far below the major-league level.
Amazon's announcement that it would raise its hourly minimum wage to $15 has been seen as a victory for workers. But some longtime employees say their compensation could fall by thousands of dollars per year.
The online retailer upped its minimum wage to $15 and raised other warehouse wages by $1 per hour, but employees learned Wednesday that there’s a tradeoff.
Maria Bertram had a great career as an engineer for Eli Lilly and Co., so why did she chuck it to open a little cafe in a distressed neighborhood?
Jonathan Nalli has a message for his 16,000 employees at St. Vincent Health: Get ready for more transformation and disruption.
The retail giant confirmed to IBJ on Friday that it intends to rehire DHL workers, who also could have a chance to transfer to other DHL facilities.
A client has decided to move its customer service operations in-house, according to the firm.
A slimmed-down Eli Lilly and Co., thousands of employees lighter after its biggest restructuring in nearly a decade, is now looking high and low for deals to bulk up its drug pipeline.