In a world where smart people can make “stupid money,” the character Charlize Theron plays in her latest drama wants only one thing: payback.Read More
United Auto Workers wants to eliminate the wage system that pays less-tenured workers at a significantly reduced rate for the same work, but challenges abound.Read More
Making adjustments to payroll can also come with additional fees and penalties, which can be avoided with a little planning.
The slight increase in North America is not surprising, according to Hay Group analysts, because the U.S. economy is only expected to grow 2.1 percent in 2013. Read More
The company's board said Case was being rewarded for the financial performance of the commercial insurance brokerage and corporate consultant.Read More
Under the Dodd-Frank reform law, large companies are required let their shareholders vote on compensation matters in elections known as say-on-pay.Read More
A new report suggests that corporate boards of directors are becoming increasingly wary of so-called ‘golden parachute,' that is, change in control severance agreements.
The investment company's total pay figures, disclosed in a proxy statement filed yesterday with the Securities and Exchange Commission, include both cash compensation and stock awards.
The Chicago-based website offering deep discounts on local businesses has been more aggressive in doing performance reviews, starting earlier this year. It raised quotas and began holding employees more accountable to those targets and forcing out those who couldn't hit them.Read More
Corporate defined-benefit plan assets totaled $2.17 trillion as of March 31, up 3.1 percent from the previous quarter. Total assets in corporate defined-contribution plans were $3.557 trillion, up 5.7 percent.Read More