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This job pays $60,000 — or maybe $150,000: Companies are skirting New York’s wage law

Do you want to know how much money your future colleagues will earn? Take a look at new job openings in New York. A Deloitte advertisement promises compensation between $86,800 and $161,200 per year. A technical writer at Amazon can expect to earn between $125,800 and $211,300. And an audio news executive at the Wall …

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This job pays $60,000 — or maybe $150,000: Companies are skirting New York’s wage law

Do you want to know how much money your future colleagues will earn? Take a look at new job openings in New York. A Deloitte advertisement promises compensation between $86,800 and $161,200 per year. A technical writer at Amazon can expect to earn between $125,800 and $211,300. And an audio news executive at the Wall …

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Testing the Market as a Law Firm Partner - Above the Law

Testing the Market as a Law Firm Partner – Above the Law

If you are an associate law firm, there are many reasons why you might consider changing firms. A competitor may offer a better platform and a stronger test bed, allowing you to serve your customers more effectively and ultimately generate more business. Another firm may have a different geographic footprint that might better align with …

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$2 million brackets, job postings removed: New York's pay transparency law got off to a rocky start

$2 million brackets, job postings removed: New York’s pay transparency law got off to a rocky start

Starting Tuesday, businesses that hire workers in New York are required to list the minimum and maximum wage range for a job on any print or online posting. Proponents say it’s high time companies became more transparent with their compensation practices. Workers hope this will give them more leverage to discuss and negotiate their pay. …

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Starbucks broke the law by closing a store that had just unionized: labor officials

Starbucks broke the law by closing a store that had just unionized: labor officials

Federal labor officials have filed a sweeping new lawsuit against Starbucks alleging the coffee chain retaliated against union workers by shutting down a popular location in Ithaca, New York, among other charges. A regional director of the National Labor Relations Board said the union’s claim that the June store closure was intended to deter workers …

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