New Mexico

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New Mexico / Work-sharing, an alternative to layoffs

Instead of cutting jobs, a House bill aims to give companies the option of cutting hours instead. A proposal by Rep. Georgene Louis, D-Albuquerque, that passed the House Tuesday aims to create a “work-sharing” program in New Mexico. Under the bill, companies would have the option of agreeing with the state to trim the hours … Continue reading

New Mexico / Voters might decide if minimum wage is indexed

Lawmakers are considering a proposal to allow voters to decide whether New Mexico’s minimum wage should be increased annually for inflation. The House Labor and Human Resources Committee has scheduled a hearing Tuesday on the proposed constitutional amendment. The measure is sponsored by the committee’s chairman, Democratic Rep. Miguel Garcia of Albuquerque. The state’s minimum … Continue reading

New Mexico / 7 000 apply for 200 retail jobs at Traget

In the last three days alone, thousands of people have applied for 200 new jobs at Target in Albuquerque, New Mexico, even though candidates only have 2.8 percent chance at getting a job. With long lines wrapping around the Marriott Upton building in Northeast Albuquerque, each candidate was competing with 7,000 others to get a … Continue reading

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