Pay cuts spreading beyond executive suite

Apr 2, 2020
Cuts to pay can save jobs, but they can hurt morale, too.
As pay cuts spread further down from the executive suite, they hit average workers harder. Above, cashiers wearing protective masks work in a grocery store in Brooklyn on April 2.
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Undocumented workers in Wyoming struggle to get workers' comp

Apr 8, 2019
Wyoming is the state with the most dangerous workplaces.
Attorney Steven Dwyer said more undocumented workers are seeking his help with cases related to workers' compensation for on-the-job injuries, including one worker who is $17,000 in debt from medical bills incurred after he fell off a roof.
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White House pushes rosier wage-growth measure

Sep 6, 2018
A Council of Economic Advisers report argues Americans’ inflation-adjusted compensation is rising more than wage data in the monthly jobs report show.

Bonuses aren't just for bankers anymore

Nov 9, 2015
Looking to cut costs, companies are turning to incentive pay over raises.

When will we see tech industry benefits for everyone?

Aug 5, 2015
Probably not for a while, but there is a ripple effect.

Who pays for hospitals' high prices?

Jun 10, 2015
A new study sheds light on how hospitals make their money.

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The complicated formula — and incentives — behind CEO pay

Apr 24, 2015
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GM's post-recall strategy pays dividends

Jul 24, 2014
The automaker has handled the crisis over faulty ignition switches well. What now?

Is Switzerland no longer a banking haven?

Mar 4, 2013
Voters in Switzerland have approved a referendum to curb executive pay. The move comes less than a week after the European Union announced plans to cap banker bonuses.