The US added 69,000 jobs in May, the Labor Department reported Friday – the third straight month of disappointing jobs numbers. The unemployment rate edged higher, to 8.2 percent.
On Friday Facebook criticized the new practice of screening job applicants as 'alarming,' and some employment specialists say it could expose firms to legal land mines.
The US economy netted 200,000 new jobs in December, and the unemployment rate fell. Even as Democratic politicians hail the jobs report, Republicans say any number above 8 percent is unacceptable by now.
Environmentally friendly practices win broad employee buy-in – but many workers save their real diligence for home.