By the end of 2020, Target will raise their hourly wages to $15 per hour, reports Reuters.
Although people are questioning the validity of hiring those with top degrees, one study of accounting professionals finds that highly educated workers are more likely to identify and alert leadership to errors in financial data, writes Entrepreneur.
Home-care workers face low pay, high rates of wage theft and other issues, but their work is important to the aging population. Why isn’t the economy keeping pace with the demand for this type of work? The Atlantic has more.
Rather than minimizing contributions through tax differences between countries, global companies need to pay their share. Europe is looking to the U.S. for solutions, writes Bloomberg.
Finally, hyperbolic language from technology companies means company claims to “disruption” are mere advertising, but the true disruptors started out more humbly, writes Backchannel.
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