Robots May Replace Up To 800 Million Jobs By 2030, Report SaysAccording to a study by the McKinsey Global Institute, 400 to 800 million people could lose their jobs to automation or robot replacements by 2030.
Md. Congressman Furious Over Federal Hacking AttackThere is new backlash over the government employees hacking attack. Millions are workers are affected, hundreds of thousands in Maryland. The federal agency responsible for protecting personal information is under fire.
Kaiser Permanente, Workers Reach Tentative Contract PlanKaiser Permanente and unions representing 105,000 health care workers across the United States have reached a tentative labor agreement.
Maryland Gives Details Of Separation Offer To State WorkersThe state of Maryland has released details of an offer to state employees who are willing to voluntarily leave their jobs to help the state save money.
Md. Officials Rescue 6 From Shipping ContainerAuthorities in Maryland say six workers had to be rescued after a shipping container they were working in tilted on one end and trapped the workers inside.
EEOC Sues FedEx For Not Accommodating Deaf WorkersThe U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit charging that FedEx discriminated against deaf and partially deaf workers and job applicants for years.
Md. Organizations Holding Ebola Awareness And Donation DriveThe Ebola death toll is nearing 1,000. It is the deadliest and largest documented outbreak of the virus.
Maryland Casino Eyes Soon-To-Be-Fired Atlantic City WorkersA Maryland casino is looking to hire some of the soon-to-be-jobless Atlantic City casino workers.
Md. To Review Bargaining With Home Care WorkersMaryland's governor says the state will review its collective bargaining arrangement for home care workers after a Supreme Court ruling on those workers and union costs.
Hopkins Hospital Workers Agree Not To StrikeThousands of Johns Hopkins Hospital workers agree not to strike.
Hopkins Workers Rallying For Better Pay Bring Star Power To BaltimoreThe battle heats up between 2,000 service workers and administrators at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Some union workers say they're living in poverty while the hospital makes millions. They brought in some Hollywood stars to make their point.
Washington County Draws More Workers From OutsideMaryland's Washington County has become more of a magnet for workers who live elsewhere over the past decade.