Women Democrats say, "We are still fighting for equal pay for equal work."
Lowest level in two decades of research, LIMRA says.
Cornerstone OnDemand report says there are steps to improve retention.
Credit unions compete to recruit and retain quality employees by offering a wide range of benefits. But could that competitive edge be in jeopardy because of rapidly rising costs?
Site breaks down key provisions Affordable Care Act based on business size; blog offers continuous updates about implementation.
Atop retention factors cited: salary. List also includes improved benefits, nap room, massages, rides to and from work.
Bloomberg BNA survey finds 58% of employers are providing at least three paid days off, a jump from 42% from 2011-2012.
Most U.S. workers believe their companies’ employees benefits can be substantially improved, according to a new report.
Although employers are hiring more workers, employee engagement is down, according to Mercer’s 2012 Attraction and Retention Survey.
Survey finds 48% choose to participate.