- INDICATOR. // People Management;12/11/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 25, p45
The article presents statistics related to employment in Great Britain including consumer price index, maternity/adoption pay and paternity/partner's pay.
- REAL EARNINGS IN JULY 2002. // Compensation & Working Conditions;Aug2002, pN.PAG
Reports on the decline in real average weekly earnings in the U.S. from June 2002 to July 2002. Factors which partly offset the decline in average weekly hours and the increase in consumer price index for urban wage earners; Composition of change in real earnings of production workers on...
- Indicatorsâ€¦at-a-glance business data. // Personnel Today;12/2/2008, p46
The article presents information on economic indicators related to business in Great Britain in 2008. The Consumer Price Index fell to 4.5% in October 2008. The number of unemployed people in September 2008 was 29.41 million. The rate of average starting salaries to candidates in permanent jobs...
- Indicators. Broad, Mike // Personnel Today;11/26/2002, p54
Presents information about economic indicators of Great Britain as of 2002. Increase in the retail price index in September; Rise in unemployment in the third quarter; Growth in the average salaries in July.
- Indicators. Reade, Quenitn // Personnel Today;11/18/2003, p38
This article presents business data. The Retail Price Index for September 2003 was 2.8 percent â€” down from 2.9 in August 2003. The Office of National Statistics has said that the largest downward effect came from clothing and footwear. Data for the three months ending in August 2003 has...
- INDICATOR. // People Management;2/9/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p102
The article presents information on the economic indicators in Great Britain as of February 2006. These indicators include unemployment rate, consumer price index, earnings, and wages.
- the Economy. // Labor Law Journal;Jan58, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p2
The article focuses on the statistics related to economic indicators in the U.S. The cost of living is increasing as the consumer price index after staying level for two months has begun to ascent. Prices were higher in most other major groups of goods and services. Food was the only group in...
- Experimental cost-of-living indexes: a summary of current research. Kokoski, Mary F. // Monthly Labor Review;Jul89, Vol. 112 Issue 7, p34
Presents research about experimental cost-of-living indexes in the United States as of July 1989. How the Bureau of Labor Statistics has begun to implement changes to improve the quality of the Consumer Price Index (CPI); Patterns of household expenditures; Consideration of price changes that...
- Economic notes. // Labor Law Journal;Jun74, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p385
Presents news briefs related to economic indicators of the U.S. Information on the rise in the consumer price index in April 1974; Reasons for decrease in the real earnings for April 1974; Information on the hourly earnings index.