U.S. workers’ benefits and pay packages are getting a boost from the lower corporate tax rate that took effect this year, many U.S. companies say. Given that these announcements have made headlines, employees may already have established their own set of expectations for enhanced pay and benefits that employers will need to address.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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The Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations has adopted regulations interpreting portions of a city ordinance, which if upheld, would...
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