Dear reader, this is our fourth issue of our weekly labor policy & HR management digest. This time we walk you through (1) experimental comp structures, (2) fashion retailers dropping staffing practices, and (3) the best practices to onboard and manage great talent. Enjoy 🙂 Cover Story $70k minimum wage (url) – Payment company CEO Dan … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (45/2015): $70,000 Minimum Wage – but Does it Work?
Hello, this is the 3rd edition of our weekly Labor Policy & HR Management digest. Cover Story Research shows that U.S. citizens are working more than ever. Read the short analysis here. This Week’s Finest Future of Local Regulation of ‘Sharing Economy’ (url) – Gig-economy is here to stay. Companies are taking over important aspects … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (44/2015): 40-hour Workweek Is an Outdated Concept
Work has always been an important part of our lives. Yet research shows that job related activities are taking over more and more of our waking hours. ‘9-5’: An Outdated Paradigm 40 hours are widely regarded as a standard workweek and is frequently used as a standard threshold for federal laws like the Affordable Care … Continue reading 40-hour Workweek: ‘a Fairytale’?
Huzzah everyone! Cover Story Oops he did it again. Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders lied about the labor market. Read our full story. This Week’s Finest ‘Like Uber for Janitors, but with Benefits’ (url) – In anticipation of regulatory change, companies like Managed by Q, Shyp, and Alfred shift their workforce from 1099 to W-2 … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (43/2015): Labor Statistics and its Little Secret
Someone misrepresented facts. Again. ‘Unemployment’ vs. ‘Underemployment’ This time it was Senator Sanders during the first Democratic Debate: African American youth unemployment is 51 percent. Hispanic youth unemployment is 36 percent. // Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) The mistake: Right numbers. Wrong attribution. The data is from a recent report prepared by the Economic Policy Institute … Continue reading Labor Statistics and its Little Secret
Note: This is a multi-part article. Part 1: Challenges & Status Quo. // Part 2: Best Practices & Future [link will follow as soon as published]. The Bay Area, home to some of the world’s most exciting fine-dining establishments hosted a get-together — the first of it’s kind. Chefs, restauranteurs, owners, domain experts, consultants, members of the … Continue reading The State of Fine Dining (Part 1)