- The public spoke, and it wants jobs. Breaux, John B. // Hill;11/18/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 120, p32
The author reflects on the need to increase taxes on investment income and to create jobs in 2010 in the U.S.
- Don't bet on business for next burst of job growth. Fehsenfeld, Tom // Grand Rapids Business Journal;10/10/2011, Vol. 29 Issue 41, p8
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- Jobs, trade, China currency. // Hill;10/11/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 137, p44
The author reflects on the number of Democrats who will likely reject U.S. President Barack Obama's jobs bill, three long trade deals, and legislation on China's currency.
- WHAT THE MEDIA SAY. // Hill;10/14/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 140, p16
The article offers the insights of several periodicals on issues in the U.S. including "Detroit News" on 285 million dollars budget windfall in Michigan, "Miami Herald" on the Wall Street protest, and "The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette" on Senate's refusal of the jobs bill of President Barack Obama.
- Utah Eyes Ban on Payroll Deductions for Political Giving. Archer, Jeff // Education Week;02/07/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 21, p16
Reports on the plan to ban payroll deductions for political giving in Utah. Provisions of a bill concerning political giving; Alleged retribution for a statewide teacher strike.
- Wage deductions - changes in pipeline. // Accountancy;Jan1985, Vol. 96 Issue 1097, p21
Reports on the British government's plans to change the law governing wage deductions. Statutory provisions against deductions from pay for all employees.
- Note. Sugarman, Myron G. // California Law Review;Dec65 part 2, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p1544
Discusses the court case 'Harolds Club vs. Commissioner' involving contingent compensation agreements in the U.S. Disallowance of corporate deduction for salary to nonshareholder because of lack of free bargain; Reference to section 162 of the 1939 Internal Revenue Code regarding compensation...
- Pay: deductions and the Truck Acts. Keenan, Denis // Accountancy;Oct85, Vol. 96 Issue 1106, p30
Focuses on a case related to compensatory deductions and the Truck Act of 1896 in Great Britain. Case background; Deduction from an employee's pay in respect of a fine unless there is a contract which specifies the amount of the fine which may be imposed.
- The jobs ahead of us. Brooks, Robert // Foundry Management & Technology;Feb2010, Vol. 138 Issue 2, p4
The author reflects on the economic condition in the U.S. from 2007 to 2009, giving emphasis on its foundry industry. He said that the employment rates was greatly affected by the recession with about 25 percent of the 8.4 million jobs was lost. It mentions that the federal government created...