– The Washington Post
Human resources experts and economists say they are not surprised one-time bonuses are getting more play in response to the tax cut for several reasons. For one, bonuses are easier for employers to hand out than bumps in base pay because they don’t increase a company’s fixed costs.
– The Wall Street Journal
CEOs’ relationship with the president had some tense moments, but most corporate chiefs welcomed the big corporate tax cut and push to ease regulations
– The New York Times
After reporters exposed pervasive sexual harassment at a handful of high-profile restaurant groups around the country, those companies are now working in very different ways to figure out how – and if – they can move forward.
– South Florida Business Journal
The most highly acclaimed restaurants embed creativity and learning across the organization by creating spaces and processes for both collective input and focused development.