Wages and Salaries Category
A day before he was to testify before Congress, the chief executive, Brian Moynihan, said the lowest-paid workers would earn $17 an hour starting in May and $20 in two years.
The workers behind hits like Fortnite and Call of Duty need unions to protect them from exploitation.
The complaint, filed on behalf of two employees in the studio division, asks for back pay and for Disney to adjust salaries and benefits for female workers.
As a tight labor market raises costs, employers say the need for low-wage help can’t be met by the declining ranks of the native-born.
A slump in exports raises questions about how effective Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s economic policies would have been without Chinese help.
The Labor Department offered a view far narrower than the Obama administration’s regarding companies’ liability for workplace violations by franchisees.
Capitalism, he says, is slowly committing suicide.
A small Seattle company shows that capitalism can have a heart.