Sudarshan Sridharan may not have been old enough to drive a Tesla, but that didn’t stop him from profiting on the stock. Unlike most 16-year-olds, Sridharan manages about a quarter of a million dollars of his parents’ retirement money. It
U.S. workers have become notoriously bad about taking all their paid vacation days. But some employers have sweetened the pot to encourage their staff to not only take their time but often expand their horizons, too. Roughly 3% of employers
The typical American worker stays at a job for only four years. As many find out, switching employers can wreak havoc on your retirement plan. The U.S. Government Accountability Office estimates two in five employees cash out small 401(k) balances
Our annual list of the highest-paid female executives in the Bay Area shows the broad range of talent lighting up the region’s C-suites — and the big salaries that come with those positions. Check out our slideshow below of the
A NEW FEDERAL RULE THAT EXPANDS THE NUMBER OF WORKERS ELIGIBLE FOR OVERTIME PAY MEANS EMPLOYERS WILL HAVE TO PONY UP MORE MONEY — IN PAYROLL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGAL COSTS. They’re not happy. And, they warn, workers won’t be either.
The world’s largest plane manufacturer Boeing plans to cut more than 4,500 jobs by the middle of the year to reduce costs. A company spokesman said about 1,600 positions will go through voluntary redundancies while the rest will take place
The US economy added 242,000 jobs in February, far better than the 190,000 expected by economists. The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) said the £130m (~ $181) settlement “seems disproportionately small”, compared with the size of its UK business. The Labor
In the ongoing war for talent, more employers are looking to benefits as a new way to attract and retain great employees. In fact, 41 percent of 2,595 employers, surveyed by MetLife earlier this year, ranked retention as the top