Kroger Wages Aren't Equal At All Stores, Former Employee Exposes
Kroger staff are polite, but one Reddit post claims that the thing they detest the most is when consumers instruct them on how to carry out their duties. The opinion of the author is his own and has no affiliation with the topic that was included. Sources that are used in this article are the following: BestLifeOnline and for information about individuals, he used Wikipedia.
New Law Protecting Health Care Workers Through Changes in Employer
Yesterday Governor Murphy signed legislation to protect employees during changes in ownership of health care entities. Governor Murphy yesterday signed S-315, establishing employment protections for workers in the health care sector when there is a change in control of their employer. The bill requires any change in control to be made via a contract or agreement between all parties, that preserves the wages, benefits, and employment status of current employees.
Worker Exploitation at NJ Job Sites
NJ DOL Uses Expanded Powers, granted by NJ Gov., to Stop Worker Exploitation at Several NJ Job Sites. In the three years since Governor Murphy signed a law expanding the NJ Department of Labor’s powers to stop work at job sites exploiting workers, the DOL has issued 71 stop-work orders, finding nearly $1 million in back wages owed to 235 NJ workers.
Medical Practices Are Boosting Wages To Maintain Their Workforce, But Is It Sustainable!?
Independent medical practices have been suffering for over a decade. That has resulted from increased administrative burden, patient expectation, and emerging user unreceptive technologies such as Electronic Health Record Systems (EHR). But amid the more recent implementation of value-based reimbursement, the challenges to medical practices have further expanded.
This Fast-Food Bill Allows Employees To Discuss Wages
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Clay Education Foundation joint effort to provide teachers with supplies at Free Teacher Stores
The Clay Education Foundation in partnership with Clay County District Schools and The Bailey Group kicks off its fifth annual ‘Tools 4 Clay Schools Summer Supply Drive’ between July and September 1st.
TikTok video goes viral after Amazon employees demand pay increases and walk out during ‘Prime Day.’
Employees of e-commerce company Amazon in Doraville, Georgia, walked out on July 13, 2022, protesting the long work hours and low pay. The employees at this location have asked for a three-dollar increase from the wages at the time of the walkout but have been since denied the pay bump, according to one Amazon employee and Tik Toker @nikkithecreative.
Judge rules against McDonald's employees in court ruling upholding a no-poaching policy of the fast-food giant
A federal judge in Illinois ruled against McDonald's employees today, upholding McDonald's no-poaching policy. McDonald's on Washington Ave in Houston, TXPhoto Credit: houstonstringer.com.
Keeping Wages Matched with Inflation and Rising Costs
When inflation goes up, as it most certainly has over the last year or so, employees feel the pinch. Less purchasing power will mean more people will start to browse for better-paying jobs, which adds yet another challenge for Hoosier business leaders to overcome. What if there were a way to mitigate this? Could some kind of inflation wage strategy be used to keep workers happy and retain them in their current roles?
New data shows that Arkansas has lowest-paid workforce in the country
A new Oxfam report from March of this year investigated a contentious question -- are most Americans paid adequately to maintain a decent standard of living?. To answer this question, Oxfam collected data regarding the average hourly wage that workers are paid in each state in the US.
Americans Living Paycheck To Paycheck Due To Inflation
Experts do not expect price hikes in America to end soon. Producer price indexes (PPI) show goods and services prices rose 9.7% in the last 12 months ended in January. PNC economist Kurt Rankin said, "PPI offers a window to the price pressures that businesses are facing. And which will likely be passed on to consumers in the way of consumer price inflation in the months to come."
Are Two Tiers a Bad Thing?
Two-tier compensation has been a traditional payroll structure in many different types of industries going back decades, but it has come under quite a bit of scrutiny among workers in the current labor climate. Building Indiana was curious about all the attention the topic has been getting, so we took a dive into what it is and why some folks either love it or hate it.
Target hikes minimum wage up to $24/hour for some workers
"The market has changed. We want to continue to have an industry-leading position.” —Target CEO Brian Cornell to The Associated Press. “It's just a good business decision to keep on raising hourly wages for workers as it will help retain the top talent that is driving strong sales and profits.” — Target CFO Michael Fiddelke.
The Philly Four: Pa. to stop selling Russian-made alcohol
Welcome to The Philly Four, a daily recap of four of the top stories from the Philadelphia area, covering everything from local government to the Phillies bullpen. A one-stop shop for the most important news bites in the City of Brotherly Love.
42% of six-figure earners now struggling financially, living paycheck to paycheck
Man and woman worried about bills.Dejan Dundjerski/Getty Images (Canva Pro license.) While you might think that most people who earn a six-figure salary are living well and financially stable, a new survey conducted by Lending Club suggests otherwise. The study results indicate that about 42% of people who earn six-figure incomes are currently living paycheck to paycheck.
The Minimum Wage Set to Increase in Several States Across the U.S.
Several companies are raising their pay for employees.Alexander Mils/Unsplash. There are 26 states that will increase their minimum wage in 2022. Employers are raising the base pay and workers will see serious financial gains, according to CNBC. Workers have been demanding $15 per hour. However, the increased inflation has meant that the base pay is not cutting it.