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The Problem Isn’t The Office – It’s The Commute | HubbleHQ
The Problem Isn’t The Office – It’s The Commute | HubbleHQ
In our survey, 79% of employees named the lack of commute as one of the best things about WFH, making it the most popular response. But that’s not all: we found that there’s actually a direct correlation between employees’ commute time and their enjoyment of remote working—find out more in this blog.
·hubblehq.com·
The Problem Isn’t The Office – It’s The Commute | HubbleHQ
CEO pay has skyrocketed 1,322% since 1978: CEOs were paid 351 times as much as a typical worker in 2020 | Economic Policy Institute
CEO pay has skyrocketed 1,322% since 1978: CEOs were paid 351 times as much as a typical worker in 2020 | Economic Policy Institute
What this report finds: Corporate boards running America’s largest public firms are giving top executives outsize compensation packages that have grown much faster than the stock market and the pay of typical workers, college graduates, and even the top 0.1%. In 2020, a CEO at one of the top 350 firms in the U.S. was paid $24.2 million on average (using a “realized” measure of CEO pay that counts stock awards when vested and stock options when cashed in rather than when granted). This 18.9% increase from 2019 occurred because of rapid growth in vested stock awards and exercised stock options. Using a different “granted” measure of CEO pay, average top CEO compensation was $13.9 million in 2020, slightly below its level in 2019. In 2020, the ratio of CEO-to-typical-worker compensation was 351-to-1 under the realized measure of CEO pay; that is up from 307-to-1 in 2019 and a big increase from 21-to-1 in 1965 and 61-to-1 in 1989. CEOs are even making a lot more than other very high earners (wage earners in the top 0.1%)—more than six times as much. From 1978 to 2020, CEO pay based on realized compensation grew by 1,322%, far outstripping S&P stock market growth (817%) and top 0.1% earnings growth (which was 341% between 1978 and 2019, the latest data available). In contrast, compensation of the typical worker grew by just 18.0% from 1978 to 2020.
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CEO pay has skyrocketed 1,322% since 1978: CEOs were paid 351 times as much as a typical worker in 2020 | Economic Policy Institute
Care workers are deeply undervalued and underpaid: Estimating fair and equitable wages in the care sectors | Economic Policy Institute
Care workers are deeply undervalued and underpaid: Estimating fair and equitable wages in the care sectors | Economic Policy Institute
The Biden administration has made large investments in care work—both child care and elder care—key planks in its American Jobs Plan (AJP) and American Families Plan (AFP). These investments would be transformative, and a greater public role in providing this care work can make the U.S. economy fairer and more efficient. The administration has also…
·epi.org·
Care workers are deeply undervalued and underpaid: Estimating fair and equitable wages in the care sectors | Economic Policy Institute
Why it Pays to Raise Pay - WorkLife with Adam Grant
Why it Pays to Raise Pay - WorkLife with Adam Grant
When employees are paid more, they give more. Going above market pay might sound like a fantasy, but in a growing number of companies it’s becoming a profitable reality. Peek inside workplaces that have reinvented their pay structures to give employees their worth and more—and explore the science of how it can pay off for everyone in the long run.
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Why it Pays to Raise Pay - WorkLife with Adam Grant
We should allow sad days, not just sick days · Work Life with Adam Grant
We should allow sad days, not just sick days · Work Life with Adam Grant
People are finally paying attention to mental health at work, but some major myths are holding us back. Adam breaks down what we get wrong about mental health at work, what individuals and organizations can do to start getting it right, and why we all need compassion more than empathy. Thanks to our guests Demar Derozan, Sally Maitlis, Darlene Upton and Paul Bloom for joining us on this episode.
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We should allow sad days, not just sick days · Work Life with Adam Grant
Spotify – The Great Debate of 2021: WFH or RTO? - The Argument | Podcast on Spotify
Spotify – The Great Debate of 2021: WFH or RTO? - The Argument | Podcast on Spotify
Jane Coaston is joined by Sean Bisceglia, the C.E.O. of Curion, a consumer insights company, and Anne Helen Petersen, the writer of the newsletter “Culture Study” and the author of “Can’t Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation,” to debate the pros and cons of returning to the office.
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Spotify – The Great Debate of 2021: WFH or RTO? - The Argument | Podcast on Spotify
Remove these 7 things from your resume 'ASAP,' says CEO who has read more than 1,000 resumes this year
Remove these 7 things from your resume 'ASAP,' says CEO who has read more than 1,000 resumes this year
We constantly hear about what to put on your resume, but rarely talk about what to leave out. The CEO of a resume writing service, who has helped hundreds of candidates land jobs this year, shares the most overlooked things that can hurt your chances of landing an interview.
·cnbc.com·
Remove these 7 things from your resume 'ASAP,' says CEO who has read more than 1,000 resumes this year