AmCheck

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AmCheck is a national provider of Payroll Services, Administrative Services Organization (ASO) and Professional Employer Organization (PEO) services. Launched in Phoenix in 1996, the company is one of the country’s largest independent Payroll Service Bureaus, serving thousands of clients, and managing every aspect of payroll, taxes, employee benefits, pension plans and worker’s compensation. In 2000, the company expanded its reach nationally by opening offices in other states.

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Coca-Cola | March 10, 2020

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Coca-Cola will consider the wages it pays all of its employees when setting executive salaries, aiming to bring them into closer alignment, the New York State Common Retirement Fund said in a statement. Following the agreement with the beverage giant, the fund, which is among the company's top 50 shareholders with 9,275,387 shares as of the end of 2019, withdrew a shareholder resolution against the company. Coca-Cola agreed to add language to its upcoming proxy statement that said "the ...

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Glassdoor | June 25, 2020

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High unemployment has recent college graduates applying to tech positions that require experience, a Glassdoor Economic Research study released June 22 revealed.As of May, the number of available positions with "entry level" or "new grad" in the job title had decreased 68% from last year, Glassdoor said. "But new grads are still aspiring to work in tech," the company said in a statement. They applied most frequently for software engineering roles, which have a...

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HR Dive | February 21, 2020

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JPMorgan Chase & Co. will invest $3 million in more than 20 U.S. cities to promote access to summer employment programs for young people, the company said in a statement to HR Dive.The investment is part of the company's ongoing five-year financial commitment that began in 2017 with the aim of creating "skills-based" work positions for U.S. high school students. During the COVID-19 pandemic, JP Morgan Chase said it is focused on investing in virtual learning experiences, ...

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Coca-Cola | March 10, 2020

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COCA-COLA WILL LINK EXECUTIVE PAY TO COMPANY EMPLOYEES

Coca-Cola will consider the wages it pays all of its employees when setting executive salaries, aiming to bring them into closer alignment, the New York State Common Retirement Fund said in a statement. Following the agreement with the beverage giant, the fund, which is among the company's top 50 shareholders with 9,275,387 shares as of the end of 2019, withdrew a shareholder resolution against the company. Coca-Cola agreed to add language to its upcoming proxy statement that said "the ...

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Glassdoor | June 25, 2020

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ENTRY-LEVEL JOB POSTINGS DOWN 68% FROM LAST YEAR, GLASSDOOR SAYS

High unemployment has recent college graduates applying to tech positions that require experience, a Glassdoor Economic Research study released June 22 revealed.As of May, the number of available positions with "entry level" or "new grad" in the job title had decreased 68% from last year, Glassdoor said. "But new grads are still aspiring to work in tech," the company said in a statement. They applied most frequently for software engineering roles, which have a...

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HR Dive | February 21, 2020

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A bill proposed Feb. 18 by New Jersey's Democratic governor, Phil Murphy, would require employers in the state to adopt a written nondiscrimination policy establishing policies and procedures against unlawful discrimination and harassment. Employers would be required to disseminate the written policy at least once annually to all employees, and whenever updates to the policy are made. Employers with 50 or more employees would be required to collect and annually report various data on receive...

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JPMorgan | July 10, 2020

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JPMORGAN CHASE TO INVEST $3M IN THE U.S. TO PROMOTE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM FOR YOUTH

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