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  • 02/12/2018 17:06:45

    Unfair pay

    Some US states have banned employers from asking about previous pay, to tackle the gender gap

  • 02/06/2018 00:53:56

    German industrial union, employers reach pace-setting pay deal

    * Wage deal sees 4.3 pct raise in April, other payments. * Deal for southwest Germany spread over 27 months. * Creates flexibility for shorter, longer working hours. * Both sides recommend deal be adopted nationally. By Ilona Wissenbach.

  • 02/06/2018 00:15:41

    CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-German industrial union, employers reach pace-setting pay deal

    STUTTGART, Germany, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Industrial workers and employers in southwestern Germany struck a hard-fought deal on pay and working hours on Monday night, setting a benchmark for millions of workers across Europe's largest economy.

  • 02/05/2018 17:42:12

    German industrial workers, employers strike pay deal

    STUTTGART, Germany, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Industrial workers and employers in southwestern Germany struck a deal on pay and working hours on Monday night, in a hard-fought pact likely to set a benchmark for millions of workers across Europe's largest economy.

  • 02/05/2018 14:21:38

    It's Last Call For Trump Administration Proposal On Tip Control In Restaurant Industry

    Monday is the deadline for Americans to comment on a Trump administration proposal that would give employers more control over workers' tips. There are reports that the administration suppressed a critical economic analysis.

  • 02/05/2018 11:30:25

    German industrial pay talks progress, deal seen within reach

    German industrial workers and employers made progress in talks on Monday after a series of 24-hour strikes over pay and working hours and said they hoped to clinch a deal at another meeting in the evening. The IG Metall labour union has demanded a 6 percent pay rise this year for about 3.9 million workers.

  • 02/05/2018 00:18:46

    German industrial workers and employers set to resume talks on Monday

    FRANKFURT, Feb 5 (Reuters) - Industrial workers and employers in Germany planned on Monday to resume talks after a series of 24-hour strikes over pay and working hours last week, the IG Metall labour union said.

  • 02/02/2018 10:17:24

    Tight job market benefits seniors and less-educated workers

    Less-educated workers and seniors made gains in the job market in January, reflecting a tight labor market in which many employers are struggling to fill open positions.

  • 02/02/2018 07:45:00

    Small businesses planning pay boosts rise to 28-year high

    The National Federation of Independent Business’ survey finds that 24% of employers surveyed expect to increase compensation and 22% cite the difficulty of finding qualified workers.

  • 02/02/2018 06:31:30

    US added 200K jobs in January, pay up by most in 8 years

    US employers added 200,000 jobs in January, paychecks rose at fastest pace in 8 years

  • 01/31/2018 09:48:58

    Got the flu? Stay home! Get better. It's costing us billions

    Influenza cases have risen sharply across the nation and it's estimated to cost employers more than $9 billion in lost productivity this year.        

  • 01/30/2018 09:36:34

    Employers urged to let staff 'rest' during working day

    Taking some time out during the working day could boost employees' productivity, new guidance says.

  • 01/26/2018 16:33:31

    Your Money: You Can’t Fire Equifax, but Your Employer Can. Mine Just Did.

    After Equifax’s security breach, consumers looked for ways to make the company pay. One option: Persuade employers not to give the company any data.

  • 01/25/2018 05:20:10

    Apprenticeship levy is not working, employers say

    A new levy is yet to increase the number of people training as apprentices, new figures suggest.

  • 01/18/2018 10:13:35

    Daimler, Bosch hit by walkouts in sector-wide labour dispute

    FRANKFURT, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Some 44,000 German workers at companies including Mercedes maker Daimler and automotive supplier Bosch took part in industrial action on Thursday as powerful labour union IG Metall and employers held regional wage talks.

  • 01/11/2018 14:47:24

    IRS rolls out new tax tables for promised bigger paychecks

    Taking the first concrete step for the Republican tax plan's promise of fatter paychecks for millions, the Trump administration on Thursday issued new guidelines for how much employers should withhold as taxes from workers' pay.

  • 01/11/2018 01:17:02

    Industrial strikes in Germany as new wage talks get underway

    Thousands of factory workers in Germany are staging short-term warning strikes to increase pressure on employers as talks got underway on a new labor agreement.

  • 01/09/2018 14:33:20

    From Offices to Disney World, Employers Brace for the Loss of an Immigrant Work Force

    The Trump administration’s ending of temporary legal status for Salvadorans and Haitians means that employers who depend on them will have to look harder for help.

  • 01/08/2018 19:02:45

    CORRECTED-Minimum wage hike has rocky start in Canada's Ontario province

    TORONTO, Jan 8 (Reuters) - A steep minimum wage increase that went into effect on Jan. 1 in Ontario, Canada's most populous province, has had a rocky start as some employers cut workers' hours and benefits to reduce its impact on the bottom line.

  • 01/05/2018 15:18:01

    Jobs report: Employers added disappointing 148,000 jobs in Dec.

    Economists had expected the government to report 190,000 gains in December despite a low unemployment rate that means fewer available workers.        

  • 01/05/2018 14:17:00

    New Law In Iceland Aims At Reducing Country's Gender Pay Gap

    NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Icelandic activist Brynhildur Heidar og Omarsdottir about the new gender equity law in Iceland, which went into effect on Monday. The law requires employers with 25 workers or more to prove that they pay men and women equally for equal work.

  • 01/05/2018 09:54:21

    US employers closed out 2017 with modest but steady hiring

    US employers close out 2017 with modest hiring in December as jobless rate stays 4.1 pct.

  • 01/05/2018 09:54:06

    US employers closed out 2017 with modest but steady hiring

    U.S. businesses likely closed out 2017 with a strong month of hiring fueled by growing optimism among companies about the economy's momentum.

  • 01/05/2018 09:06:54

    Employers added disappointing 148K jobs in Dec.

    Economists expected the government to report 190,000 job gains in December despite a low unemployment rate that spells fewer available workers.        

  • 01/04/2018 22:04:26

    Solid U.S. job growth expected in December; wages seen rising

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. employers likely maintained a brisk pace of hiring in December while increasing wages for workers amid growing confidence in the economy, which could pave the way for the Federal Reserve to increase interest rates in March.

  • 01/03/2018 05:00:17

    YOUR MONEY-New U.S. tax law could impact paychecks by February

    The first paychecks of 2018 will be dispatched soon, but it may be weeks or months before taxpayers and payroll processors know how the new U.S. tax laws will affect your take-home pay. The Internal Revenue Service said it expected to issue guidance in January on how much in taxes employers should withhold based on the new tax rates.

  • 12/28/2017 15:10:27

    Telecommuting has pros and cons

    More than 70% of employers provide this benefit to employees.        

  • 12/20/2017 18:15:27

    Facebook job ads allow age discrimination, lawsuit claims

    The Communications Workers of America as well as several individuals filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday alleging that Amazon.com Inc. , T-Mobile US Inc . and several subsidiaries of Cox Enterprises Inc. sought to discriminate by age in several job ads on Facebook Inc. . The suit alleges that the defendants used Facebook ad-targeting tech to "routinely exclude older workers from receiving their employment and recruiting ads on Facebook, and thus deny older workers job opportunities." The story was first reported by the New York Times and ProPublica. Plaintiffs included several examples of the ads in court papers, including one from Facebook itself, that allegedly used Facebook's targeting technology to make job ads invisible from older Facebook users. Federal statutes such as the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, which prohibits discrimination of people over 40, and laws in some states, prohibit bias against hiring workers of certain ages. Facebook defended its targeting. "Used responsibly, age-based targeting for employment purposes is an accepted industry practice and for good reason: it helps employers recruit and people of all ages find work," Facebook vice president Rob Goldman said in a statement to the Times. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 12/17/2017 04:00:37

    Holiday Parties Gone Wrong: Careful Where You Hang The Mistletoe

    This year some employers are more nervous than usual about making sure holiday parties are free of any sexual harassment. Employment attorneys are advising clients on how to avoid problems.

  • 12/14/2017 12:47:17

    Companies profit from undocumented laborers, dump them after injuries

    For the most part, state legislatures and courts have declared that employers and their insurers — not workers or taxpayers — should pay for the care of those injured on the job, regardless of immigration status.        

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