20. December 2013 10:41
Myth: Increasing the minimum wage will result in job losses for newly hired and unskilled workers in what some call a "last-one-hired-equals-first-one-fired" scenario.
Not true: Minimum wage increases have little to no negative effect on employment as shown in independent studies from economists across the country. Academic research also has shown that higher wages sharply reduce employee turnover, which can reduce employment and training costs. [More]
20. November 2013 08:36
Why isn't salary information available for all job postings?
Not all employers include salary information with their job postings. [More]
16. July 2012 17:26
Aviation Salary (Avjobs Aviation Career Salary, Wages and Pay) is your source for up-to-date airline, airport, aerospace, and all other aviation industry "New Hire" salary, wage, and pay information. Our parent company (Avjobs.com) also provides, job posting information for over 8000 Aviation Companies worldwide. These pages contain current salaried & hourly "New Hire" earnings as reported by participating aviation employers. This is what aviation employers are offering to new hire employees today. [More]
29. May 2012 15:07
Aircraft Mechanic Salary - A and P Mechanic Salaries, Wages and Pay
Avjobs.com is your source for up-to-date Aircraft Mechanic and all other aviation industry "New Hire" salary, wage, and pay information. Avjobs.com also provides, job posting information for Aviation Companies worldwide. These pages contain current salaried & hourly "New Hire" earnings as reported by participating aviation employers. This is what aviation employers are offering to new hire employees today. [More]
5. March 2012 11:48
The U.S. Department of Labor recently released an updated version of its Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Advisor. This online resource helps clarify which employers are required to provide FMLA leave as well as which employees are eligible to take such leave. In addition, it outlines valid reasons for leave and employer and employee notice requirements and other responsibilities under the law. [More]
7. November 2011 14:08
A pay philosophy is a company's commitment to how it values employees. A consistent pay philosophy gives the company and the employee a frame of reference when discussing salary in a negotiation. The goal of a pay philosophy is to attract, retain, and motivate employees. For companies in the private sector, this usually requires a competitive pay philosophy. For companies in the public sector, this means a well-rounded philosophy, with a focus on benefits and work life. [More]