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Retaining team members during the Great Resignation

Employee wellness should be a high priority.

Teamsters call on XPO Logistics shareholders to nix executive compensation package

The union also urged investors support its call for an independent board chairman.

Altice to credit Optimum customers on lost service during Tropical Storm...

Altice's actions stand in contrast to the regional utilities, which have been silent over compensation to their storm-impacted customers.

Stamford’s Lovesac Co. chops C-Suite compensation, furloughs 445 part-timers

The furloughed workers represent 57% of the Stamford-based company's workforce.

Andi Gray: Employees want more money

SEEMS LIKE THE TOPIC COMES UP EVERY YEAR. MY EMPLOYEES WANT MORE MONEY. THEY’RE GOOD EMPLOYEES AND I DON’T WANT TO DISAPPOINT THEM, BUT...

Connecticut Senate passes pay equity bill

The Connecticut State Senate voted 35-1 to pass a bill that prevents employers from asking an employee about their salary history.

Achieving successful partner compensation plans

The most successful partner compensation structures are rooted in individual financial performance, but law firms should take great care to include non-financial metrics in assessing overall compensation.

Pitney Bowes CEO takes pay cut

Under pressure from shareholders, Pitney Bowes Inc. CEO Murray Martin agreed to forfeit $2 million in compensation.

Malloy: Regents’ credibility damaged

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said the Connecticut Board of Regents' credibility has been damaged following pay raises to staff.

Median CEO pay up 1.9 percent

The median CEO’s pay compensation increased less than 2 percent last year, according to Chief Executive Group.

Report: Wage gap widens

Connecticut’s wage gap has grown since the recession and recovery, according to a new study.