Pay and Benefits
- Inflation and pensions. // Pensions & Investments;6/27/1994, Vol. 22 Issue 13, p10
Opinion. Discusses the American corporate defined benefit pension system's weakness in its lack of inflation protection for retirees. Low rate for benefit increases for retirees; Inflation's corrosive effect; Corporate executives' arguments against providing inflation protection; Actions that...
- Unions applaud record three-year 23% pay deal. Darcy, John // Contract Journal;4/24/2003, Vol. 418 Issue 6423, p4
Reports on the new pay deal arranged by the Construction Industry Joint Council for private sector building and civil engineering workers in April 2003. Terms of the agreement; benefits of the deal to the industry; Comments from the Trade and General Worker's Union on the settlement.
- Tips on investing. Wiesel, Henry // Electronic Design;1/10/94, Vol. 42 Issue 1, following p112
Provides tips on how engineers and their companies can benefit from simplified employee pension (SEP). Wider range of investment choices; Plan for a salary reduction SEP; Automatic payroll deduction; Limited fiduciary responsibility.
- THE APPROACH TO PENSION PLANS THROUGH THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ACCOUNTING POSTULATE. Cenar, Iuliana // Young Economists Journal / Revista Tinerilor Economisti;Apr2011, Vol. 9 Issue 16, p43
To decipher the "threads" of various forms and elements of content that show the pension plans, public or private, we appealed to the principle of accounting entity. The plans of defined contributions and the plans of defined benefits were investigated in terms of the following entities: the...
- HOW TO WIN THE GAME OF RISK. Schurenberg, Eric // Money;Oct2008, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p110
The article presents an interview with associate professor at Toronto's York University business school Moshe A. Milevsky. Milevsky says that the goal of an individual's investment management is to convert human capital into financial capital. He states that his portfolio is in stocks, some of...
- Wage inequity. Cote, Marcel // CA Magazine;Nov98, Vol. 131 Issue 9, p60
Discusses the systematic discrimination in wage determination in Canada. Explanation on why hockey players earn more than the prime minister of Canada; Impact of the pull of supply and demand; Discrimination against female occupations.
- TUC 'fat cat' survey adds weight to campaign for pay transparency. // Personnel Today;4/2/2002, p3
Reports the increase in pay gap between directors and staff in Great Britain. Average of the basic pay for directors in companies; Increase in the annual salary and bonuses of employees; Approach to close the gap pay.
- Make more money now by sweating the details. O'Connor, Terry // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);3/20/2006, Vol. 26 Issue 37, p19
The article discusses about employee wage increases and best local companies to invest one's labor in New Orleans, Louisiana. It cited about the results of the survey which stated that 64 percent of employers are unlikely to offer higher increase in salaries compared to what they gave in 2005....
- Salary budgets expected to increase 4.5% in 1997. Maldonado, Jose E. // Caribbean Business;11/21/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 46, p17
Cites a study conducted by Hewitt Associates on salary budgets for 1996-1997 in Puerto Rico. Plan by companies to increase their salary budgets by 4.5%; Industries expecting salary budget increases; Percentage of salary increases in different sectors; Stability of salaries on the island due to...