This is the year that you’ve decided you will retire! Here are three moves to make now before you leave your job.
2015 was a big year for higher minimum pay, and wage advocates want to see more wage gains in 2016.
Only 59 percent of workers are to work part of the last week of 2015.
November marks the eighth continous increase in U.S. wages
Workers at German warehouses are on a new strike as part of a long-running dispute over pay and conditions.
The holidays are meant to be fun, but research shows December is the most stressful month for workers and reduces productivity.
Debra Corey, director of Reward Gateway, explains why some employees will do anything to avoid the annual Christmas party.
Is your 70th birthday coming up? If you’re getting ready to take your “required minimum distribution” here’s what you need to know.
According to findings from the World Economic Forum, women are only now earning what men earned almost ten year ago. Saadia Zahidi, Head of Employment & Gender Initiatives at the World Economic Forum, provides insight to which countries are winning the war on narrowing the gender gap.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the expected decline in bonuses on Wall Street, according to Johnson Associates.
Year-end compensation for workers in the financial industry will fall up to 10 percent.
Truckers are earning higher salaries amid the industry's shortage of drivers.
McDonald's is asking a U.S. judge to reject a subpoena from the National Labor Relations Board, arguing the requests are unfair and costly.
Applebee's will pay a prep cook who didn't receiver checks for a year.
It's great that Paul Ryan is putting family first, says Jennifer Owens. Will he keep it going and help other parents?
CNBC's Rick Santelli weighs in on Danny Meyer eliminating tipping, and job openings falling in August.
Union Square Hospitality Group will begin eliminating tipping at its restaurants. CEO Danny Meyer, explains why the strategy helps workers and the restaurant industry.
Jobless claims fell back to a 42-year low level last week, despite the recent cool-off in job growth.
Many workers use annual open enrollment to tweak employee benefit options, but others let old selections ride - a big mistake, say advisors.
A recent study proclaimed troubling news for workers: For the fifth year in a row, employee bonus pools will come in below target, according to benefits consulting firm Towers Watson.