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👻N̷a̷g̷a̷ ̷B̷h̷u̷t̷ ̷J̷o̷l̷o̷k̷i̷a̷👻 Feb 14
Replying to @jackiepatie
Is it in yet?
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Steve Feb 13
According to average growth is 3.3%. Anyone get the feeling they're being cheated? My wage growth is nowhere near this. My feeling is most of us are below this and a select few are well above this, hence giving us an 'average' of 3.3%. Anyone else think the same?
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WhyTheRat 13h
The temperature is high outside, but the are still low inside! Shame on for hiring !
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Kelly Secretarial Feb 13
comes in April 2019 but don’t forget minimum wage also rises in April. Get prepared now!
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ATHENA_ICEBERG Feb 14
Company decides to award cost of living increase of 3% for the 2019 fiscal year. However, those hired within the last quarter of 2018 aren’t eligible. What about those who were hired in that quarter who stay all of 2019 and no increase is awarded next year?
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Shitlok Holmes Feb 10
"'"very well, indeed. 🌎
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James E Daspit Feb 13
Replying to @treasurecolecto
and inherited a tradition of making things it could sell. Moreover its proximity to and low meant that it has been exporting its goods in both directions to and the Today it is exploring new markets and Minsk’s increasingly good
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David Scott Feb 11
If technology, automation, and time lower the cost of production in , why do prices and profits go up while lose purchasing power parity? Asking for a friend.
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Shane Callahan Feb 14
If we want to start seeing increase we need to start with raising interest rates. It shouldn't have to be the job of the government to raise wages for people.While there are many causes for wage stagnation we must first start with interest rates
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John Brown Feb 13
Replying to @Siemens
Cambodia: isn't concerned about the working & living conditions of the workers who built these 30 tall buildings they brag about. Here is what they are interested in. Don't be fooled!
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SMH/Age Business 5h
Big Australian companies would face a major cost blowout from a likely increase in wages under a Labor government, according to a warning from investment bank Credit Suisse
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PC PAYROLL Feb 14
There's still time to join us for our Avoiding Common Wage & Hourly Pitfalls! Starting today at 2:00pm EST Are you paying your non-exempt correctly? Don't miss this! Get registered right now:
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KAWAII TOTEM 7h
& OUTSIDE OF ALL THIS — & IT IS ONE OF THE THAT HAS SOUGHT TO DO AWAY WITH ALTOGETHER — EVEN WITHOUT A — EMPLOYEES HAVE A TO DISCUSS INTERNAL & WITH OTHER
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EFL Feb 14
When you’re surpassing competition by millions, you’ve earned for for the month
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HABA Feb 14
With our team of workplace relations specialists on hand, HABA are able to provide members with the most current and easy to follow wage rates for all salon staff. Don't get caught out with the wrong rates, get it right with HABA!
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Niels Andeweg Feb 10
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Caitriona McClean 19h
Week is long time in politics, never mind 9 months..... For many in It's about , , , , , , , ..... And while
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AntiquePickerDotCom 7h
doesn't get math. At all. No grocery, car, apartment, real estate, restaurant, tips, all from GONE too. --> Ocasio-Cortez glad Amazon scraps New York plan
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Chef Du Journey Feb 11
Last I heard, having a job was supposed to mean getting & keep one off . who don't provide enough , & to their to do that don't deserve , .
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Kenneth. Collymore Feb 12
that's a false premise.. A job is a job thus should always be sufficient
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