Mar 18, 2020
Consider your average white-collar professional making $45,000/year, not including benefits. At that rate, it would cost an organization about $25 for this person to sit in an hour-long meeting. That’s not too bad. But now consider that the average American spends nine (9) hours per week in regular status meetings, or preparing for those meetings. At the rate of $25/hour, the weekly cost of those...Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/MrC8e
For the average person, even a regular television set is something of a technological marvel that becomes almost unbelievable when considering todays latest and greatest advances, including the plasma TV. Take a brief look at the history of the techn...
While we often recommend Letters of Note for the hits of history's most illuminating pieces of incidental correspondence, do consider also making a regular visits to Slate's history blog The Vault.
As a small business owner you may soon have to convert employees from exempt status to hourly status, and pay for a lot more hours. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal statute that defines, among other things, the difference between an exempt employee (one who is paid a salary and is th
I have said it many times in these pages: economic growth in the U.S. economy can only occur when the general standard of living for the average American improves. Sadly, each day, we see more and more evidence suggesting the opposite. Consider the results from the 2014 Retirement Confidence Survey
40% of America's wealth is not enough for the Walton's or their investors so Walmart took steps to increase their riches by taking more from their horribly underpaid workforce and subsequently American taxpayers; particularly those living in "Blue" states who will have to take up the slack.
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