Whether the 2017 tax act will create new jobs and lead employers to raise workers’ pay is hotly debated. Corporations say that they’ll share tax savings with workers and invest in job growth, but critics are skeptical.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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If the April 2 IRS filing deadline for employees’ 1095-C and related forms was missed without an extension, filing...
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Two large U.S. corporations—Cisco Systems and Whirlpool Corp.—have significantly increased their paid time off benefits for family members following...
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Replacing an experienced woman with a less experienced man two months after she returned from medical leave for eye...
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Cybersecurity for 401(k) plans is often an afterthought, even at companies that take great care to protect their businesses...
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Pay-for-performance systems may be built on faulty assumptions, calling into question the link between incentive compensation and outstanding work.
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Employers that require employees to complete mandatory online training must compensate employees for the time it takes to complete...
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