Thanks a lot, technology. The most frightening part of the automated workplace isn’t necessarily that robots are coming to steal our jobs -- it's that robots are coming to measure our jobs. In the 2015 edition of MIT Technology Review's Future of Work report, economist Tyler Cowen analyzes...
Across the U.S., the majority of women earn less than men. But 25 cities actually defy that trend. In Inglewood, California, for example, women make $1.20 for every dollar their male counterpart earns according to a new analysis of full-time median income by the finance website NerdWallet. That's...
On Tuesday the U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to companies over workers, ruling that employers are not obligated to pay workers for extra time spent in security checks at the end of their shifts. The case emerged from workers in an Amazon.com Inc. warehousing contractor, Integrity Staffing Solu...
While some improvements in gender inequality have been made in the past decades, the unacceptable fact remains that women are paid much less, on average, than men. This is true even when women perform the exact same jobs. However, the gender pay gap varies considerably for workers in different c...