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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Employees like receiving subsidies from their employers to defray commuting and parking costs, but tax reform—if enacted—could transform this...
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KFC, Taco Bell and McDonald’s recently announced new or enhanced benefits to help employees, many of whom are hourly...
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A female engineer presented sufficient proof of Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) retaliation and age discrimination in her...
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Destructive wildfires in Northern California have made it difficult or impossible for some employees to get to work or...
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The 2018 contribution limit for health savings accounts (HSAs) linked to family coverage will be $6,850—not $6,900, as the...
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