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Salaries of suspected 'ghost names' Frozen

Government workers across seven regions without bank accounts will not receive their October salaries, the Controller and
Accountant General’s Department (CAGD) has indicated.

According to the CAGD, the move forms part of measures to sanitize the payroll system from ‘ghost names’ which continue to drain… 160 more words

Security

Salaries & Japanese Companies

At least in the United Sates, Japanese companies are not known for their generosity in employee compensation.  Sure there are things, like working for a Japanese OEM, perks like car leasing on very generous terms, but still on the while,  salaries fall behind what U.S. 86 more words

Labor Board Agrees: Unfreeze NTT Wages and Promotions Now

Yesterday, October 16, the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board (IELRB) held a hearing on the wage and promotion freeze that currently affects non-tenure-track faculty at UIUC. 133 more words

Collective Bargaining

CEOs and Surplus Value

CEOs in larger companies make more not necessarily because they’re better than the people running smaller companies, but because there’s more excess value being made by their employees for them to soak up. 219 more words

Politics

The biggest threat to CEO pay, for the short-term

The way CEO pay has grown over the past 30 years, you might think it’s bound to keep growing indefinitely. But if a suddenly stagnant market falls, we could see a stumble in top-level compensation, at least in the short-term. 638 more words

Finance

Americans have no clue just how much more CEOs make

You have no idea just how much more your boss’ boss’ boss is making compared to you.

According to a study published by Harvard Business Review of 16 mostly European countries, Americans had the greatest disconnect on paycheck totals, believing that top executives make about 30 times more than average workers. 963 more words

Leadership