News and Articles About Employee Compensation
If you're a small-business owner who hopes the fuss will die down after November -- it won't.
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Chieh Huang, the CEO of Boxed Wholesale, says it 'just felt right to extend this benefit to all our valued employees.'
In the new deal, attorneys for drivers calculated that Lyft drivers could have recovered $156 million had they been classified as employees.
And the perk is better for workers who have been with the company longer.
A new report also highlights the biggest loser.
Five members of the US women's national soccer team filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
The disclosure comes as U.S. companies face criticism on the issue of pay equality, especially in the male-dominated technology sector.
The company has been sweetening employee compensation packages to retain talent as the company's user growth stalls and it stock price slides.
Comparably, a platform that provides compensation data for public and private companies, launches today.
'The sooner you start collecting that data, the better off you'll be,' says Namely CEO Matt Straz.
Your startup isn't generating enough cash to pay decent salaries. Now what?
An increase to the minimum wage has already become law in several cities, and a federal bill is under review. But there are benefits to taking action ahead of any mandates.