How Scalability Is Changing the Job Market

How Scalability Is Changing the Job Market

According to data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the amount of new companies founded annually increased from around 575,000 in 1994, to 675,000 in 2015. In stark contrast, the number of jobs new businesses create every year has dropped consistently in...
Hoping for a Big Raise This Year? Don’t Be So Sure

Hoping for a Big Raise This Year? Don’t Be So Sure

Employees expecting to earn the raise of a lifetime next year may be disappointed. A survey published by global consultant company Aon indicates that 2018 salary increases will likely remain as lackluster as this year’s raises. The survey, which polled around 1,000...
Employment, Labor, and the Supreme Court

Employment, Labor, and the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court’s current term will feature a host of cases concerning labor and employment issues. In one case—where arguments have already commenced—the Court will decide on the right of workers to file class-action lawsuits against their employers, and in...