The pay gap for women isn't getting any better. In fact, for women under 40, the pay gap has increased by 17 percent. Overall, women under 40 earn $0.79 on the dollar. This figure is down from $0.82 in 2016. So what do companies need to do to remedy the gender pay gap? Read on to find out.
Have you ever been “ghosted”? The term has become increasingly more popular, specifically in the dating community. For example, let’s say you went out on a date with someone and then they completely cut off all further communication afterward, without warning. If that has ever happened to you, then you have been ghosted.
Jobless claims decreased to a new low in the United States last week. This means that the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits has fallen to the lowest level we have seen in almost fifty years.
Most workers in the U.S. say they are happy with their jobs, according to research conducted by First in Business Worldwide, a subsidiary of CNBC and SurveyMonkey, the popular survey tool. The participants included a number of millennials in the workplace. However, despite the optimistic survey results, workers don't report that all is rosy with their jobs.
Unemployment rates are at an all-time low. This is good for the United States, but many organizations, not just retail companies, are finding it difficult to obtain extra staffing during the fourth quarter of the year.
With technology advancing at a rapid rate, the market is undergoing a dramatic shift in how business is done. New solutions are being implemented, and innovative ideas are being put into motion. Things are taking shape that was unfathomable just years ago. Companies making these big leaps are called disruptors, and they are forever changing the business world.