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Compensaton and Benefits

This section covers topics relating to the methods and practices of maintaining balance between interests of operating the company within the fiscal budget and attracting, developing, retaining, and rewarding high quality staff through wages and salaries which are competitive with the prevailing rates for similar employment in the labor markets.
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{Sandberg’d} The movement isn’t real if its leaders aren’t…

I don’t believe in the concept of, “Leaning In” more than I believe in not paying interns what they are worth.  After I read, “Lean In” I needed a mental shower to clean out all the buzz-worded entitlement that lingered in my brain from Sandberg’s trite, idyllic, writings.

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Still Willing To Have Unpaid Interns?

We have repeatedly cautioned that employers who are prepared to take on unpaid interns should enter into these arrangements with their eyes fully open.  New developments emphasize this yet again.

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An Economically Rational Approach to Resolving Wage and Hour Claims In California

In this three-part article*, California employment attorney Patrick Kitchin describes an economic-based approach to resolving wage and hour cases.  His approach to case resolution is designed to conserve a company’s resources and minimize its exposure to future claims.  In Part 1 Kitchin describes how employers can identify those cases that are best suited for prompt and confidential settlement.

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Getting our Veterans Back to work:Fact Sheet: Returning Heroes and Wounded Warrior Tax Credits

In August, 2011, President Obama called on Congress to enact tax credits that will help get veterans back to work. The Returning Heroes Tax Credit provides businesses that hire unemployed veterans with a maximum credit of $5,600 per veteran, and the Wounded Warriors Tax Credit offers businesses that hire veterans with service-connected disabilities with a maximum credit of $9,600 per veteran.

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5 Wage and Hour Mistakes Most Employers Make

With the increasing emphasis the U.S. Department of Labor has been putting on errors in the application of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) it is important to understand how you may go wrong. Here are 5 of the most common wage and hour mistakes many employers make.

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Growth in women's share of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) occupations declined to 27% in 2011from a high of 34% in 1990. While women make up nearly half of the workforce, they were 26% of the STEM workforce in 2011.

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