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NAACP warns African-Americans about traveling with American Airlines

by David Brancaccio Oct 26, 2017
The president of the civil rights group talks with us about rewarding companies that treat all customers equally.
NAACP President Derrick Johnson says his organization has already spoken with an American Airlines vice president and wants to meet with the CEO.
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Why downsizing a company can backfire

by David Brancaccio Sep 12, 2017
Employees start fearing for their jobs instead of trying to help their employer.
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Who’s the boss? When employees' needs come first

by Jana Kasperkevic Jul 12, 2017
Servant leadership, a concept that emerged in the 1970s, is gaining in popularity with millennial employees and bosses
Is the manager still the boss in the modern workplace?
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Paid sick days add up for federal contractors

by Dan Gorenstein Dec 27, 2016
The executive order could be short-lived.
President Barack Obama addresses the Greater Boston Labor Council last September. During that month, Obama first signed an executive order that would give the employees of federal contractors paid sick leave.
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How to deal with all that water cooler drama this election

by Mark Garrison Nov 1, 2016
Many companies are saying that tension in the workplace is worse than in past elections.
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Medium-sized raises at a big bank

by Lewis Wallace Jul 12, 2016
JPMorgan Chase announces pay raises for entry-level workers.
JPMorgan Chase is giving 18,000 employees a bump in pay.
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Employers who help pay for tuition reap the rewards

by Mark Garrison Apr 25, 2016
A new study says company-provided tuition reimbursement creates a big return.
Cigna realized a 129 percent return on its investment in tuition reimbursement in the form of personnel cost savings, according to a new study.
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California debates a retirement savings fix

by Mark Garrison Mar 30, 2016
A new state-required plan could lead to automatic retirement savings for 6.8 million private-sector workers.
A number of state, local and federal governments are considering programs that would provide more retirement savings options. 
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Employers complain of "skills gap" in tighter job market

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 4, 2016
The economy added 242,000 jobs in February—significantly more than economists expected.
Actuality, by Marketplace and Quartz

Grin and Bear It

by , and Nov 12, 2015
Quartz and Marketplace explore fake happiness in the workplace.