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How did you ask for a raise?

Compared to women, more men end up receiving the raise they asked…

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Younger workers more likely to talk pay with colleagues

Jul 4, 2019
Greater transparency around salaries could help close racial and gender pay gaps but can be tricky to navigate.
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Men and women ask for pay raises at the same rate — but men get them more often

Jun 10, 2019
About 82% of men receive the raise they asked for.
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These employees aren’t afraid to talk about pay with their co-workers

Jun 6, 2019
Why it pays to talk about ... pay.
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Yelling at work persists despite awareness of ill effects

Jun 5, 2019
Hostile yelling at work is known to decrease productivity and can increase physical and mental illness, but long hours and nasty public discourse are making for shorter fuses.
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How debt may take a toll on mental health

Jun 5, 2019
Whether student loans or credit-card debt, indebtedness is likely to bring you down.
Debt collectors could be texting you soon.
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What if we shortened the workweek?

Jun 4, 2019
The five-day workweek is ingrained in American culture.
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How did you ask for a raise?

Jun 3, 2019
Compared to women, more men end up receiving the raise they asked for.
A man makes his next move.
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Younger workers are pushing for greater work-life balance

Jun 3, 2019
They're bringing self-care to work and pushing for more flexibility to have a life.
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How much economic influence do you think tech companies have?

Oct 19, 2018
78 percent of Americans think it's a great deal. But what exactly does that mean?
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For African-Americans, a fear of recession

Oct 18, 2018
The Marketplace-Edison Research Poll also found that more blacks worry a recession will affect them than whites do.
A man walks by the New York Stock Exchange.
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