– The Wall Street Journal
Job-hopping increases, in a possible boon to wage growth and productivity.
– The Washington Post
New research suggests that a single sexual harassment claim can have a tremendous negative impact on customers and employees’ opinions of a company.
– The New York Times
Over the past year, average monthly payroll gains have hovered around 200,000, and hiring has been running ahead of growth in the labor force.
As minimum wage increases take hold across the U.S. – with Chicago and Los Angeles two of the latest big cities to implement hikes – restaurants may be among the hardest-hit businesses. They’re already facing reduced foot traffic and a worker shortage, and the rising labor costs could mean higher bills for that slowing trickle of diners.