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PayScale | March 26, 2020
Women make 98 cents for every dollar men earn, according to PayScale data accounting for compensable factors such as experience, industry and job level. Without these controls, women make 81 cents for every dollar men make — a slight increase over the 79 cents on the dollar measured last year. The report, released March 24, encompasses 1.8 million responses to PayScale's online survey conducted between January 2017 and February 2019. PayScale identified a disparity between men and wome...
Canada Life | June 01, 2020
Today, to kick off Pride month, members of Canada Life’s Pride @ Canada Life employee resource group raised a rainbow flag at the company’s offices in London, Regina, Toronto, and Winnipeg. In this time of global pandemic, we know that Pride celebrations will look different than in years past, but Pride’s celebration of diversity continues. Although we can’t physically join together to celebrate this summer, we’re proud to fly the rainbow flag in the spirit of toget...
SHRM | February 05, 2020
President Donald Trump called attention to the economy, paid family leave, health care, job training and second-chance hiring in his annual State of the Union (SOTU) address on Feb. 4. It was the last SOTU address of the current presidential term, and though the 2020 election draws near and the Democratic primaries are under way, Trump did not mention the election in his speech. Instead, the president focused on the "incredible results" he said his administration has achieved, such as ...
Franklin Templeton | August 07, 2020
Some emerging markets have been coping with the COVID-19 crisis better than others, and their economies are in different stages of recovery. Our emerging markets equity team highlights a few—and offers thoughts on why the pandemic has accelerated some existing fundamental and technological trends. A collapse in economic activity amid the COVID-19 pandemic and expectations of slowing loan growth, falling margins and rising bad debts have hurt near-term earnings forecasts for Brazilian finan...
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