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David Taylor 5h
. minutes are out. Key line: "Members noted that average real earnings had not increased for 6 years and that growth was a key uncertainty for both future consumption growth and inflation" ... takeaway: most Aussies are still hanging on a decent pay rise
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Stephen Senter Nov 18
Is $132,900 of a person in 2019 will be subject to to low! How about $232,900 of a person ? I believe sport are not paying enough!!
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ITUC 18h
. 👉"Globalization 4.0 must build a better world for working people". In order to do so we must guarantee: , min living , rights, a safe workplace, & universal social protection.
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Jim Blasingame 8h
“95 percent of the wealth that has been created in the nation since 2009 has gone to the one percent.” and I provide some sobriety to the exuberance we feel by pointing out that are still historically low.
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Krown Deon 12h
are your advertisements fake? do you only take big cases? Called about 4-5 black workers being fired for concerns about OFF THE CLOCK WORK Encouragement( I am 1 of them)... Working 4-5 hours daily as a demand w/out compensation
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jeanniecw 💙🏳️‍🌈✌️🌎 Nov 2
Replying to @jimsciutto
Anyone else not get a 3% pay raise?
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Berrett-Koehler Nov 18
Speaking at the American Bar Association's 2018 Labor and Employment Conference Nov. 9, a panel of attorneys identified three areas that employers should note about the Trump administration's changes to wage laws.
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Chicken Butt Nov 16
Hi Mr Sanders, Az resident here quick question on your Walmart project, can you make it so that when they raise the wages the prices we pay at walmart don't go up too? Kind of defeats the purpose you know?
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Herf Yamaya 24h
Yes, it’s always about wages... are better than tax funded social safety nets. Wages are better than philanthropy. And the only way to balance the company books is to
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Gary Fitt 10h
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IJS Live 2h
Replying to @tictoc
This is not unique to . This only highlights the disparity between middle and low income and the cost of living in most metropolitan cities around the world. Sometimes getting a job, even two and three jobs is just not enough. -IJS
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Todd Kennedy Nov 17
Support for 's future this month. is a Democrat one day, a Lynching Fan the next, she puts on a new front everyday. is the Past. is all policy and . Focus is:
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Aus Business Deans 2h
Research: The average casual wage is nowhere near 25 per cent more than a permanent worker earns.
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Justin Smirk 5h
How much lower does unemployment have to fall before we see a lift in wages? We are about to test this in Victoria where the fall in unemployment there suggest wages should be rising soon.
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Alok Sharma Oct 16
figures just out from - unemployment continues to be at a 43 year low, youth unemployment at a record low and halved since 2010 and continue to outpace inflation for 7th month in a row. policies working and supporting people into work
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IRLE UC Berkeley 6h
Tomorrow's event is ON! Chris Riddell from 12pm at IRLE on effects of interest on disputes, & service quality more info:
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doreen gerrard 10h
.. I know a of people who run , whom have been funded, some in receipt of Full whom get in drip-feed payments from.. what a bloody farce ??
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Page Kirk 13h
Data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed that wages rose at the fastest pace in almost a decade in the three months to September.
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Jon Mannella🍍 Nov 12
New gov data depository from - did you know median rose 5% from 2005 to 2017... while rose 48% during the same time - which is probably why everything seems so much more expensive to the average person
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Catherine S Nov 11
I got an 80c rise. And a free coffee.
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