San Francisco- based Zenefits will lay off 106 people, or about 9 percent of the staff, according to an internal memo by Chief Executive Officer David Sacks seen by Reuters. It offers software for free and makes money acting as a health insurance broker, working as the middleman between businesses and providers such as Anthem Blue Cross, and charging a broker fee.
David Lat, Abovethelaw.com, discusses the starting salaries for first year associates at law firms, and whether it's inspiring more students to study law.
Cravath, Swaine and Moore is raising salaries for first-year lawyers by $20-thousand.
The ride-hailing app hopes new employee perks and features will please Uber drivers.
The bank is loosening up, allowing company employees to dress in business-casual attire when appropriate.
CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks to Alyce Andres-Frantz, MNI Chicago Bureau Chief, about key indicators for economic growth out of Chicago PMI.
May 30- An agreement between Verizon Communications Inc and unions potentially ending a nearly seven-week strike includes 1,400 new jobs and pay raises topping 10 percent, the company and unions representing about 40,000 workers said on Monday. Verizon, the No. 1 U.S. wireless provider, and the Communications Workers of America had reached a tentative deal on...
May 30- A tentative agreement between Verizon Communications Inc and unions to end a nearly seven-week strike includes 1,400 new jobs and pay raises topping 10 percent, the company and unions representing about 40,000 workers said on Monday. Verizon, the No. 1 U.S. wireless provider, and the Communications Workers of America had reached a tentative deal on...
May 30- Verizon Communications Inc said on Monday it will add 1,400 new jobs and provide 10.5 percent in pay raises under terms of a new four-year tentative deal with unions representing about 40,000 workers. The telecommunications company and the Communications Workers of America had reached a tentative deal on May 27. Verizon will add 1,300 new call center...
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the war of words on wages between Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders and Disney CEO Bob Iger.
Tilman Fertitta, CNBC's Billion Dollar Buyer and Landry's Inc. Chairman & CEO, weighs in on the minimum wage debate in the U.S.
R.J. Hottovy, Morningstar, provides his outlook on McDonald's and explains why he thinks Yum is the better buy. And Hottovy weighs in on the controversy of replacing workers with robots at the restaurant as the fight for $15 an hour minimum wage rages on.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) speaking out against the gig economy.
A start-up is giving its employees a new Tesla car, which is expected to cost $35-thousand each.
Andrew Puzder, CKE Restaurants CEO, shares his thoughts on paid internships and apprenticeships.
The rule would double the maximum annual income a salaried worker can earn while still being eligible for overtime pay.
The National Urban League is out with its 2016 "State of Black America Report, called "Locked Out: Education, Jobs, & Justice." Discussing job creation in America, and income equality, with Marc Morial, National Urban League CEO.
Ken Brown, The Wall Street Journal Columnist, lays out the winners and losers of higher labor costs.
A new report by Oxfam America reveals workers are denied bathroom breaks at plants across the country.
CNBC’s Sharon Epperson breaks down a few common myths about social security and explains how you can make the most of every check.