YouTube creators are continuing to rake in money just like celebrities, and followers aren’t shying away from subscribing. Forbes released its yearly breakdown of the digital platform’s highest earning stars, with the majority of the 2017 personalities having content focused on comedy and video games
Fewer companies are giving out bonuses these days, but you can still try to make sure you're getting paid what you're worth.
The west coast province has Canada's highest rate of unfilled, available jobs, according to a new survey from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB). In all, there were 60,100 unfilled jobs in B.C. in the third quarter of the year, for a job vacancy rate of 3.4 per cent, the highest
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled a B.C. worker who was harassed at a worksite by a contractor for another company can file a human rights complaint. University of British Columbia law professor Margot Young says the decision reflects the modern workforce, where employees are often brought in on
"A lot of people choose to leave the rat race and step out of this busy, busy life," says Ellen Miller, executive director of the University of Indianapolis Center for Aging and Community. The Urban Institute surveyed 6,230 workers age 62 and older and found some trends in the jobs they report
Online retailers maybe accused of causing traditional stores to suffer, but now Trouva is helping small lifestyle boutiques fight back, marketing is the key
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Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd (ADR) ( TEVA) stock jumped more than 15 percent Thursday after the company announced it will be laying off 14,000 employees and suspending its dividend as part of a restructuring and cost-cutting initiative. Investors cheered the 25 percent workforce reduction, which
Social Security is an integral part of American society. Furthermore, the most recent cost of living increase to Social Security is a mere 2 percent for 2018 -- and that's after benefits only increased 0.3 percent in 2017 and weren't raised at all in 2016. Invest in annuities.
Depending on where people had their money invested, they saw upward of 40 percent of their retirement savings wiped out. "There were certain things out of control of savers," says Jeff Scott, vice president of corporate benefits and retirement at insurance and consulting firm NFP. Now, it
Teva Pharmaceutical plans to reduce its workforce by 25 percent and suspend its dividend in a much-anticipated overhaul to help pay back its massive debt.