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Payroll Services Alliance consist of eight major payroll service companies that have bundled our services into a unified offering that consists of strong local expertise and services, supplemented by coordination and integration at an international level. Jointly, Payroll Service Alliance (PSA) handle 32 million salary calculations worldwide.

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TESLA JOBS: ELON MUSK IS AGAIN HIRING WITH 'NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE NEEDED'

Tesla | February 17, 2020

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This time Tesla CEO Elon Musk means it when he says, "No experience required." Musk set off a ton of "tweet-erest" when he tweeted Sunday his Solar Roof Team is hiring people with absolutely no experience required. That's because Solar Roof wants to hire people to install Solar Roof, which are energy saving glass roof tiles made by SolarCity Corporation, a Tesla Inc. subsidiary. On-the-job training will be provided. As Musk said in his tweet: "Tesla is ramping up Sol...

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SKILL MISMATCHES AMOUNT TO A 'HIDDEN TAX'

HR Dive | January 17, 2020

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Global skill mismatches are "imposing a 6% annual tax on the global economy in the form of lost labor productivity," according to a Jan. 15 report from Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Part of the problem is that skills are becoming obsolete at an increasingly fast rate, BCG said. This increases demand for reskilling and upskilling, but "[t]he system for building human capital needs to be updated," said Leila Hoteit, a BCG senior partner and co-author of the report, in a statem...

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US WORKERS FILE UNPRECEDENTED 6.6M UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS

HR Dive | April 03, 2020

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U.S. workers filed 6,648,000 unemployment claims the week ending March 28, an increase of 3,341,000 over the previous week’s revised level — "the highest level of seasonally adjusted initial claims in the history of the seasonally adjusted series," according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The unemployment claims are largely attributed to companies closing or furloughing workers in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Combined with the previous week’s level, nearly 10 ...

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PAYSCALE: OVERALL GENDER PAY GAP SHRINKS, BUT SLIGHTLY

PayScale | March 26, 2020

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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...

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TESLA JOBS: ELON MUSK IS AGAIN HIRING WITH 'NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE NEEDED'

Tesla | February 17, 2020

This time Tesla CEO Elon Musk means it when he says, "No experience required." Musk set off a ton of "tweet-erest" when he tweeted Sunday his Solar Roof Team is hiring people with absolutely no experience required. That's because Solar Roof wants to hire people to install Solar Roof, which are energy saving glass roof tiles made by SolarCity Corporation, a Tesla Inc. subsidiary. On-the-job training will be provided. As Musk said in his tweet: "Tesla is ramping up Sol...

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SKILL MISMATCHES AMOUNT TO A 'HIDDEN TAX'

HR Dive | January 17, 2020

Global skill mismatches are "imposing a 6% annual tax on the global economy in the form of lost labor productivity," according to a Jan. 15 report from Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Part of the problem is that skills are becoming obsolete at an increasingly fast rate, BCG said. This increases demand for reskilling and upskilling, but "[t]he system for building human capital needs to be updated," said Leila Hoteit, a BCG senior partner and co-author of the report, in a statem...

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US WORKERS FILE UNPRECEDENTED 6.6M UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS

HR Dive | April 03, 2020

U.S. workers filed 6,648,000 unemployment claims the week ending March 28, an increase of 3,341,000 over the previous week’s revised level — "the highest level of seasonally adjusted initial claims in the history of the seasonally adjusted series," according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The unemployment claims are largely attributed to companies closing or furloughing workers in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Combined with the previous week’s level, nearly 10 ...

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PAYSCALE: OVERALL GENDER PAY GAP SHRINKS, BUT SLIGHTLY

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...

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