- Wage bill restores education tax break. C.D. // Community College Week;8/26/96, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p3
Reports on a tax break to workers who further their education and training in community colleges. Minimum wage bill; Tax credit to long-term welfare recipients.
- Tax credit hurts low-wage workers. APPELBAUM, STUART // New York Amsterdam News;4/11/2013, Vol. 104 Issue 15, p10
The article offers the author's insights on the implication of the teen tax credit, a provision that affects minimum wage workers in Albany, New York and involves the reimbursement of the whole increase of workers ages 16-19.
- Senate bill would create tax credit to encourage paid family leave. // HR Weekly;7/28/2014, Vol. 2 Issue 30, p2
The article reports on the introduced Senate Bill of U.S. Senators Deb Fisher and Angus King which is the Strong Families Act that would provide tax incentives for employers to offer paid family leave.
- Baby bonus v paid parental leave. // Money (Australia Edition);Nov2012, Issue 151, p21
The article compares the baby bonus and paid parental leave (PPL) schemes under Australian Human Services rules in terms of the amount involved, which varies at the rate of the minimum wage with respect to the PPL, the benefit's taxability and eligibility requirements for parents under each scheme.
- Statistics you need to know... // Personnel Today;5/20/2008, p46
The article presents statistics on the statutory maternity pay, national minimum wage determination in Great Britain, and maximum compensatory award.
- facts and figures. // Employers Law;Jun2014, p26
Statistics are presented on topics including redundancy pay, parental leave, and national minimum wage in Great Britain during 2012-2013.
- Foodservice industry walks fine line in minimum-wage debate. Van Warner, Rick // Nation's Restaurant News;5/27/96, Vol. 30 Issue 21, p21
Editorial. Focuses on the negative impact of an increase in minimum wage on the food service industry of the United States. Increase in payroll costs; Fewer opportunities for unemployed people.
- California's high costs, legislation make No. 1 foodservice market look less attractive. Spector, Amy // Nation's Restaurant News;08/23/99, Vol. 33 Issue 34, p45
Reveals the factors that make California's food service market less attractive. Includes high minimum wage and workers' compensation benefits; Refusal to allow tips to be credited toward employers' minimum-wage obligations; Decline of available workforce.
- End to P.R. tax credits opening way to new minimum wage. Conlan, Michael F. // Drug Topics;6/10/96, Vol. 140 Issue 11, p34
Reports on the ten-year phaseout of so-called Section 936 tax credits which is opening the way to new minimum wage. Amount projected to be raised with the phaseout of the tax credits through 2003; Funds from Sec. 936 to be used to offset the Small Business Job Protection Act; Minimum wage...