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The Minimum Wage Battle Is Here to Stay

The fight will continue to drag on, state by state and city by city, over the next few years.

Jason Daley

· 4 min read

What Your Salary Says About You

A look at some of the commonly believed myths about compensation.

Stacy Rapacon

· 3 min read

Don't Go the Way of Gravity Payments. Focus on Fairness, Balance in Salary Management.

Have an objective compensation system that lets employees focus on intrinsic rewards.

Joel Trammell

· 4 min read

Danny Meyer's Economically Nonsensical Solution to the Tipping 'Problem'

In eliminating tipping at his restaurants, Danny Meyer just may have proven how necessary gratuities are.

Ray Hennessey

· 8 min read

3 Ways to Address the Salary Chasm Between CEOs and Employees

Business leaders earning hundreds of times more than their employees are under increasing pressure to narrow the pay gap.

Heather R. Huhman

· 5 min read

5 Actions to Take Right Now to Survive a Minimum Wage Increase

Whether you agree with it or not, these increases are coming. Stop complaining and start preparing.

Gene Marks

· 6 min read

Los Angeles Becomes Latest U.S. City to Approve a $15 Minimum Wage

The city council backed a plan to increase the minimum wage, by 2020.

Jason Fell

· 1 min read

Why Paying a Living Wage Is Smart Business

Low wages and skimpy benefits are no bargain if good employees can't afford to keep working for you.

Hari Ravichandran

· 5 min read

Are Small-Business Owners Immoral If They Pay Low Wages?

The biggest fallacy in the discussion of living wage is looking at the issue from a moral point of view.

Scott Shane

· 4 min read

U.S. Economy Picking Up Steam After Weak First Quarter

Data suggest the economic outlook has brightened thanks to a low in jobless claims, a rise in consumer spending and a solid increase in wages.

Reuters

· 4 min read

Should You Raise Your Employees' Pay?

There is a benefit to paying efficiency wages. But make sure the cost is right for your business.

Scott Shane

· 4 min read

McDonald's Wage Plan Renews Debate on Independence of Franchisees

The pay increase at its company-operated U.S. restaurants threatens to complicate an ongoing labor dispute that turns on whether McDonald's can be held responsible for the labor violations of its franchisees.

Reuters

· 4 min read