The Smithsonian Institution is offering buyouts to its federal employees for the second time in two years amid federal budget constraints.
The superintendent of public schools in Baltimore County is set to meet with the County Council about a proposed $1.3 billion budget that would eliminate nearly 200 teaching positions.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown has announced a new initiative to help transitioning veterans find jobs.
Whether it’s convincing sports equipment companies to donate gear for city T-ball teams, posting a corporate logo on municipal vehicles, or selling naming rights to city parks or City Hall, Baltimore is hoping partnering with businesses will help the city pay its bills during difficult financial times.
Six Baltimore municipal workers and one supervisor have been fired as part of a probe into drinking and gambling on the job.
Officials at Fort Detrick say employees are being notified, if the federal government is shut down, whether they will work or be furloughed.
Major changes will be coming to 350,000 state workers and retirees. The state doesn’t have enough money to pay what it promised to its retirees.
Maryland employers would be limited in using a job applicant’s credit report or credit history as a basis to deny employment, under legislation approved by the House of Delegates.
The unemployment rate fell or held steady in 40 states in January, the latest sign that hiring is strengthening throughout the country.
The Carroll County Board of Commissioners has voted to enroll the county in a federal program that will allow employers to determine if its workers are eligible to work in the U.S.
At nearly a hundred places around the country, the people who work for the Social Security Administration spent their lunch hour trying to get the attention of Congress and voters.
The Hagerstown City Council is refusing to take over a downtown telework center after federal funding expires March 31.