Employment and unemployment developments, April 2004
- Are fundamental reforms needed to improve the use of payroll giving? Steward, Matthew; Bunting, Tim; Beswick, Trudi; Ricketts, Andy // Third Sector;3/13/2012, Issue 698, p18
The article discusses the challenges faced by British employees in making donations through their payroll. Only two percent of the workforce donated through payroll in 2011. It is suggested that employees find it difficult to set up payroll donations. There is a common view in the industry that...
- Bahrain: Bahrain National Holding to Bear 1% Wage Deduction. // MiddleEast Insurance Review;Oct2007, p25
The article reports on the one percent salary deduction that Bahrain National Holding Co. will bear for the government-imposed Unemployment Insurance Scheme for its nearly 200-strong workforce. The deduction includes employees of both of its fully owned subsidiaries, Bahrain National Insurance...
- New study counts workers looking for more. Duvoli, John // Hudson Valley Business Journal;11/3/2003, Vol. 14 Issue 22, p13
Reports that workers in Monticello County in New York are looking for better sources of employment. Overview of the study that reported these findings; Assessment of the unemployment rate in the area; Information on the educational background of job seekers; Appraisal of expected wages by the...
- Involuntary unemployment and the respecified labor supply curve. Rima, Ingrid H. // Journal of Post Keynesian Economics;Summer84, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p540
Develops a labor supply curve to represent involuntary unemployment. Microeconomics of unemployment; Reduction in real wages; Money wage rates.
- Salaries remain static during labor shortage. // Fairfield County Business Journal;07/31/2000, Vol. 39 Issue 31, p7
Reports static condition of the salaries during labor shortages in the United States. Insights on the normal supply-and-demand pressure on price; Creation of high level job dismissals due to rapid technological transformation; Effects of flexibility in the workforce on the security of employees.
- The Wages Act and a forfeit of pay. // Accountancy;Jan1989, Vol. 103 Issue 1145, p42
The article reports on the British Employment Appeal Tribunal's decision in a case involving deductions made from an employee's wages, in January 1989. The tribunal has decided that if an employer wishes to employ someone on the basis that he will forfeit a week's wages if he does not give a...
- Employment and Unemployment Developments, February 2003. // Employment & Earnings;Mar2003, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p1
Reports on employment and unemployment developments in the United States, as of February 2003. Labor force; Persons not in the labor force; Industry payroll employment; Weekly hours; Hourly and weekly earnings. INSETS: March 2002 National Benchmarks;Upcoming to National Nonfarm Payroll Data...
- EMPLOYMENT, UNEMPLOYMENT, AND WAGES. // Economic Indicators;Dec2003, Vol. 108 Issue 12, p11
Presents charts and graphs concerning employment in the U.S., as of November 2003, including employment, unemployment, and wages. Status of the labor force; Rate of unemployment; Employment cost index.
- An Empirical Study of Manufacturing Wage Differentials in the United States. Fayissa, Bichacka; Balch, B.W. // American Business Review;Jun92, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p90
Examines the wage differentials of manufacturing firms in the United States. Inequality of wages and earnings; Role of the labor forces on the inequality of wages; Relationship between unemployment rate and wage rate differentials.