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08/03/2016 Warning as energy drinks are ¡®linked with at least 34 deaths¡¯ Telegraph
Just two energy drinks a day can be bad for your heart, a new study has warned.
08/03/2016 Redirect migrant workers subsidy to empower women in the economy Steven Sim
With a sustained low oil and key commodity prices and the reduction of private consumption, our economy is set to go into a slowdown in the next one to two years. The World Bank at the end of last year revised its own.......
08/03/2016 Women in workforce help boost income at all levels BERNAMA
More women in the labour force, and in more senior positions, is good news for women, for their companies and for their countries' economies, says IMF managing director Christine Lagarde.
07/12/2008 U.S.News & World Report - What You Need to Know About the Brutal November Jobs Report By Liz Wolgemuth
Friday December 5, 1:32 pm ET The job market took an especially brutal turn last month, with employers slashing their payrolls by 533,000 jobs--a figure that sailed above economists' expectations of 320,000 jobs lost. The Labor Department also........
12/11/2006 Minimum wage issue stresses some firms By Stephanie Armour, USA TODAY
In the wake of Democratic gains in Congress in this week's elections, small-business owners are bracing for the potential effects of a higher federal minimum wage, the first such increase since 1997.
05/11/2006 Pay structures are unfair to high-performing employees in the public sector Mike Berry
Traditional public sector pay structures are not suitable for delivering efficient public services or for motivating the workforce, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.
05/11/2006 Workplace bullying on the rise, say managers Denis Campbell
Bullying at work is on the increase, with staff using an array of mainly psychological tactics to pressurise, intimidate and cow colleagues into submission, a new survey reveals.
03/11/2006 Less than one in three school leavers choose career before starting work Emma Ann Hughes
Most school leavers stumbled into a job rather than chose their career, a poll has found. A survey of 1,500 adults by jobs website found 53% of people fell into their career purely by chance.
03/11/2006 AmCham says staffing top concern for US corporates in Shanghai AFX News Limited
SHANGHAI (XFN-ASIA) - The Shanghai branch of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) said staffing was the top concern for US firms doing business in China -- being cited as a concern by its members more often than issues such as bureaucracy and intelle
01/11/2006 Women's Earnings Hit New High in 2005 By Gail Moorstein
Two government agencies recently issued reports looking at trends in the workplace. One of the reports looked at the pay gap between women and men; the other report analyzed the effect retiring baby boomers will have on the labor market.

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