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In particular, housing corporations shelled out large amounts of money for managers and executives who had to step down, the Volkskrant said . The paper bases its claims on an analysis of 1997 annual reports, which now have to record details of
The share of U.S. companies raising wages more than doubled in the three months to July from a year ago, a survey showed on Monday, suggesting a faster pace of wage growth...President Jack Kleinhenz, who is also chief economist at the National Retail
Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey is facing the prospect of a budget blowout, thanks largely to a hostile Senate. Lukas Coch/AAP The Conversation has undertaken a stocktake of the major budget savings measures opposed, at risk, or yet to be legislated.
Around 61 per cent of councils paid their biggest earners more than the Prime Minister, who receives £142,500 a year. The highest salary was thought to be the £318,500 paid by Somerset County Council which is cutting jobs and services to save £
The 2013 New Zealand Income Survey report suggested there was a 13 per cent gap between what men and women earned, although a 2012 Human Rights Commission census report showed 24.1 per cent of New Zealand's chief executives were female, up from 17.6
Solidarity's metal and engineering sector head Marius Croucamp said in a statement. The new proposal included a three-year agreement with an increase of 8% for workers on wage rate A in year one and two and 10% for wage rates F, G and H for year one.
The gender pay gap could be closed significantly if more women were encouraged to take up apprenticeships in traditional male sectors such as building, engineering and computing, research by a leading think tank has found. Comparing the full-time pay
Leader, Felix Anthony, said the creation of employment that gave workers a good pay that would allow them to live with dignity would be the cornerstone of their campaign. "Keeping wages low will not necessarily attract investment or create employment,
The relative merits of the East-West Link tollway versus the promised introduction of a modern public transport system in Melbourne is not a judgment to be left to technocrats and lobbyists...If 85 per cent of the public oppose it, how can it be
Vipin Chandran The nurses and the staff at the Government Medical College in Ernakulam conducted an agitation on Friday over delayed salary. The staff, who were hoping that the salary for the month of June would be credited on Friday, gheraoed