For the first time this year, publicly traded companies have to report how their CEO pay compares to the median pay for their workforce as a whole. And, for the first time ever, top GE execs earned no cash bonuses, the Boston Business Journal reports. » Read More
By: Will Robinson
More than 100 former employees are suing railroad company CSX after being fired or suspended for their use of family-medical leave, the Jacksonville Business Journal reports. » Read More
By: Jeff Cox
The number of new positions surged by 645,000 as of the end of January, a new high for the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, a metric that gets close attention from the Federal Reserve. » Read More
Financial advisors traditionally focus on investments and returns, but some are now incorporating career advice into their services.
Diane Sawyer does it. Lena Dunham does it. This (male) rabbi does it. Executives from Twitter do it. What the XO at the end of an email really means.
Time sheet data show that employees in accounting departments call out sick around tax time more than any other time of the year.
Recent developments in China's private sector point to slower gains ahead, despite strong GDP report, Leland Miller says.
Much more needs to be done to tackle the challenges of a rapidly aging population and responsibilities must be shared, Mercer's CEO said.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam responded to Bernie Sanders after the senator supported the strike against the company.
Nearly 40,000 Verizon workers walked off their jobs from Massachusetts to Virginia on Wednesday, union officials said.
The business case for diversity is clear, says Accenture's Ellyn Shook. So why has the global pay gap been so difficult to dent?
Dallas Federal Reserve President Rob Kaplan also says he's not too concerned about the slowing economic growth in the first quarter.
Here’s a breakdown of the country’s income divide by education, age, race, geography and gender.
So how much difference does a good boss or a bad one make? Turns out, the answer is a lot.
Millennials can be productive employees, says staffing expert Lauren Griffin. Here's how to get the most out of them.
Earnings are old news, and forward guidance is the real key, Fundstrat's Tom Lee says.
Two years ago, when crude oil prices topped $100 per barrel, the boom in Hobbs was something to behold.
One attitude about jobs is more common among millennials than older Boomer and Gen X workers.
Risk abroad is keeping policymakers from making an interest rate move, Morgan Stanley's Ellen Zentner says.
NYC Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen says the city is leveling the playing field for these local start-ups.
The Pfizer, Allergan merger effort has reignited a debate over corporate inversions, says Yevgeniy Feyman. But US jobs are not really at stake.
China bashing is popular during election years, but the issues between the US and China are far more nuanced than candidates admit, says Ed Sappin.
Thinking of starting a business? The potential rewards are many, but so are the potential land mines. Entrepreneurs share their experiences.
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