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The annual CareerBuilder Summer Jobs Forecast of hiring managers and human resources professionals shows while hiring remains steady from last summer, wages are up slightly.
Determining how to compensate employees who travel on company business can be confusing. Here, we present two questions sent in by subscribers, followed by answers from BLR legal experts.
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Working Mother has named the 2013 “Best Companies for Multicultural Women,” which recognizes the 25 U.S. corporationswithbest practices in hiring, retaining, and promoting women of color. However, multicultural female representation among the top tenth of the earners at the Best Companies fell to 7 percent from 13 percent last year.
More than six in 10 advertising and marketing executives interviewed said they are at least somewhat willing to negotiate compensation when extending a job offer to a top candidate versus 28 percent of respondents who are not, according to a new survey by The Creative Group.
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