South Africa recently announced that it's considering a national minimum wage. The government proposed wage of R3,500 per month ($267.23 USD), or R20 an hour ($1.53 USD), is a small sum for Africa's most advanced economy, but close to the median income in a country where nearly half…Continue
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Are you ready for the New Year? Effective January 1, 2015, the minimum wage rate will increase for the following states:
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Users of recruiting software know that salary details are the stickiest part of any hiring process. But it’s important to consider salaries with some perspective.
A few months ago, I wrote a blog post on the minimum wage, reminding readers that a minimum wage employee that works full time will only earn around $17,300 per year. Not…Continue
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As of January 1, the minimum wage went up in these states: Arizona, Colorado, Montana, Ohio, Oregon, Vermont and Washington.
We’re not talking about a large amount, either for the wage or the increase. In Ohio, for example, the minimum wage went up from $7.30/hour to $7.40, and in Arizona it went from $7.25/hour to $7.35/hour. The federal minimum wage is $7.25/hour, and states are free to have a higher minimum wage. …Continue
Added by Tim Giehll on March 11, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
As most of you who follow my blogs know, I am an avid reader. I read and re-read many books that are often referenced in my blogs and I am always on the lookout for interesting stories, observations and bits of information from newspapers, magazines and other blogs that I find interesting and that I think others might find interesting as well.
The February issue of Inc magazine is filled with a number of articles and observations that are all blog worthy. Two items…Continue
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