For many employees, discussing pay with co-workers is something you just don't do, in part because employers -- especially smaller ones -- frown upon sharing such details. But no longer. As The Wall Street Journal reports, a small but growing number of private-sector firms are letting employees in on company... Read More »
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Three Tennessee women sued Walmart on Tuesday claiming they lost pay and promotion opportunities because of their gender.
The Barrett Johnston law firm said the suit is the third of its kind against Walmart Stores Inc. in the country in the past year.
Walmart spokesman Randy Hargrove... Read More »
By Brittany Hurban
Teens might think their summer break is the perfect time to sleep-in, hit the pool and hang out with friends, but parents probably have a different image of how their kids should fill the time: a summer job.
Summer jobs allow teenagers to dip their toes into the working world, earn a... Read More »
At least along some measures, the economy is back to its pre-recesssion state. According to a new survey by CareerBuilder, 42 percent of workers report that they usually or always live paycheck to paycheck, falling 1 percent from last year in a return to 2007 levels.
The picture is less pretty for women,... Read More »
Auto insurance? Check. Health insurance? Check. Home insurance? Check. Life Insurance? Check. Disability insurance? Er...not so fast. If you're like most Americans -- about two thirds -- you're about tapped out just covering your material possessions, paying student bills or saving for your kids' future,... Read More »
Imagine checking your bank account on payday to find a little bonus cash in there - to the tune of about $1.3 million!
That's exactly what happened to a British supermarket warehouse employee - but instead of taking the cash and hi-tailing it to a remote island, the loyal guy returned the money. Read More »