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Motherhood penalties widens pay gaps between men and women; Peggy Young looks to change wage discrimination

Motherhood penalties widens pay gaps between men and women; Peggy Young looks to change wage discrimination The motherhood penalty has remained the same for over 40 years, but now the International Labor Organization provides proof worldwide. And in America, Peggy Young is looking to change gender discrimination.

Dec 7 2014, 4:39pm CST

IKEA Promises 17 Percent Wage Increase By End of 2015.

IKEA Promises 17 Percent Wage Increase By End of 2015. Swedish-based IKEA offers a minimum of $3.51 increase in wages for all retail outlets and distribution centers by the end of 2015.

Jun 27 2014, 5:42am CDT

Retirement Planning: Tips for Selecting the Right Retirement Plan

Retirement Planning: Tips for Selecting the Right Retirement Plan Retirement planning is not that easy. But it is a necessity for those who prefer to live large well into their years of ripeness. When a middle aged couple choose between retirement plans, they want to make sure that they select the right one for them. The following retirement planning tips and steps will help you to get ready for old age in no time at all.

May 16 2014, 4:52am CDT

Minimum Wage Hike Shunted by Republicans

Minimum Wage Hike Shunted by Republicans The minimum wage hike plans of President Obama and several Democrats have been shunted by Republican Party members. Their objection is that where the money is going to come from has to be decided before any such action is taken.

May 1 2014, 11:42am CDT

Retirement Plans that get translated into Reality

Retirement Plans: How to Choose a Retirement Plan? When a middle aged couple makes retirement plans, they want to make sure that they get translated into reality. That is exactly what this article will allow you to accomplish.

Apr 21 2014, 5:45am CDT

Michigan Minimum Wage Increase is a Part of Obama’s Agenda

Michigan Minimum Wage Increase is a Part of Obama’s Agenda The minimum wage increase in Michigan and several other states is a part of President Obama’s agenda. And despite the forestalling measures of rigid Republicans it is going to be put into action.

Apr 3 2014, 8:03am CDT

Gap Hourly Wage Rate Increased to $9

Gap Hourly Wage Rate Increased The economy of the United States needs a boost. And is there a better way of fomenting this monetary ferment then by increasing the wage rate? Gap recently increased its hourly wage rate to nine dollars. Next year this will be further extended to $10.

Feb 20 2014, 9:30am CST

The Most Popular Employee Perks Of 2014

The Most Popular Employee Perks Of 2014 During a trip to California last fall, I stopped in to visit a friend of mine who works at Dropbox.  He zipped over to the reception area to fetch me on a Razor scooter, provided to employees to make getting around...

Feb 19 2014, 6:31pm CST

CES 2015 News
Tech Industry: Where Lay-offs is a Permanent Feature

Tech Industry: Where Lay-offs is a Permanent Feature While much of the focus in the current news cycle seems to be on celebrity top executives and the minutia of selecting and deselecting them, there is an underlying trend receiving far less notice: layoffs of...

Feb 6 2014, 8:40am CST

Higher Minimum Wages Means More Independent Contractors

Higher Minimum Wages Means More Independent Contractors Did President Obama just make independent contractor v. employee issues bigger? Arguably, yes. His State of the Union Address noted that he would sign an executive order increasing the minimum worker wage for...

Jan 29 2014, 2:22am CST

A Little More Context On That Fired Yahoo Exec's Massive Golden Parachute

A Little More Context On That Fired Yahoo Exec's Massive Golden Parachute As crazy as it sounds, severance packages worth more than $100 million — like the one Yahoo gave fired COO Henrique De Castro this week — occur with some regularity in corporate America, and have since the 1980s. But...

Jan 17 2014, 10:31am CST

I4U news

What 2013 Teaches Employers For 2014 & Beyond By Gene Connors and Amanda Haverstick 2013 left employees as the overall victors on the employment law battlefield, by arming them with a host of new statutory rights and options, primarily at the state and local level...

Jan 9 2014, 5:06pm CST

Minimum Wage Hike will be Increased in 2016

Minimum Wage Hike Increased by WCC The Washington City Council (WCC) will increase the minimum wage hike to $11.50 on an hourly basis in the year 2016. This decision is based on the financially fit region’s demographics and economic conditions.

Dec 24 2013, 5:03am CST

I4U news

New York's 5 Gifts For Employers In 2014: What State And City Employers Need To Know Heading Into The New Year Mark Goldstein contributed to the content of this post. 2013, a hectic year for labor and employment practitioners in New York, yielded mixed results for employers and, in too many instances, presented more questions...

Dec 23 2013, 9:56am CST

Jobs With Justice: New Campaigns Take Aim At Low Wages, Working Poor, Falling Middle Class

Jobs With Justice: New Campaigns Take Aim At Low Wages, Working Poor, Falling Middle Class The organized labor movement is changing, reflecting two large-scale trends. On the one hand, union membership – once 35 percent of the U.S. workforce in the 1950s – is at its lowest point in more than a century. In...

Dec 23 2013, 9:16am CST

I4U news

Paul Krugman's Excellent Point About Uber's Surge Pricing Paul Krugman is using Uber’s surge pricing as an example, as something to bolster a core part of the Keynesian economic model. But that’s fine for he’s doing it really rather well. The basic point is that we all rather...

Dec 22 2013, 9:11am CST

Should Social Security Benefits Be More Generous?

Should Social Security Benefits Be More Generous? Senators Sherrod Brown (D.-Ohio) and Patrick J. Toomey (R.-Pa.) just held the first of a series of hearings asking experts how to improve retirement security, and their prescriptions are to expand Social Security...

Dec 20 2013, 1:47pm CST

$11.50 Minimum Wage Approved

$11.50 Minimum Wage Approved by Washington's City Council Washington's city council has approved to raise the minimum wage from $8.25 to $11.50 an hour on Tuesday. This raise in the minimum wage will be effective in 2016 in the US capital.

Dec 18 2013, 6:21am CST

IT Pros Working In Private Sector Expecting 5.6 Percent Pay Boost Next Year

IT Pros Working In Private Sector Expecting 5.6 Percent Pay Boost Next Year The expected earning boost for IT professionals of 5.6 percents will make many federal government employees doing the same job for less money think about their career prospects

Oct 26 2013, 5:51pm CDT

Harvey Mudd College Graduates Earn the Highest Salaries

Harvey Mudd College Graduates Earn the Highest Salaries Every year millions of youngsters enter college in a bid to gain a decent education. Higher education pays off. That much is certain. The salary hierarchy of college graduates depends upon the choice of educational institution and subject matter the students study for conscientiously.

Sep 12 2013, 1:06pm CDT