I saw this post over the weekend, and was AMAZED at the way people reacted.
Apparently a leader at a fitness business banned their employees from talking about pay. Well, it didn't go over well. Someone got the information and blasted it out.
What do you think, should employee pay information should be transparent? #watercooler
I wouldn't get out of bed for 10 he these companies need to catch up with the times every thing is going up but lot of companies still being tight asses a person needs at least 15 dollars a hour that should be minimum wage for adults anyway
I'm 56 years old, years of work experience and a college degree, it doesn't seem to matter, I get paid the lowest amount of money.
I’ve been working my current job since September 2017 getting 36 hrs a week and have 3 kids with wife being disabled but not getting disability benefits. My job started shorting 20.00 a week on paychecks and I sent them emails every week about being short so last month decided to cut my hrs to 14 hrs a week cause I complain about my checks being short .. What to do?
What state makes the most for certified forklift?