UAW activists years ago helped usher in a vastly more equal society. Can history repeat?
New report finds the ‘Low-Wage 100’ large corporations have spent more than $340 billion on stock buybacks since 2020.
A Good Year’s Pay for a Good Day’s Work?
Report: S&P 500 Executives Have Stashed Nearly $9 Billion in Special Tax-Deferred Compensation Plans Not Available to Ordinary Workers
At Walmart, Home Depot, and 20 other low-wage employers, executives have accumulated enough funds in these exclusive accounts to generate monthly retirement checks larger than their workers’ median annual pay.
Our tax code helps CEOs retire in luxury while ordinary workers struggle. Here’s how to fix it.
Since 2008, the average Wall Street bonus has climbed by more than 75 percent, compared to just a 54 percent increase in average earnings of all private sector workers and a 42 percent rise in manufacturing wages. If the minimum wage had increased as much as Wall Street bonuses since 1985, it would be worth $42.37 today.
Women CEOs are becoming slightly less rare at large corporations. But simply replacing men with women at the top of the income scale won’t lead to greater equity.
Before COB on the First Workday of 2023, CEOs Will Make More Than the Average Annual Pay for All US Workers
Before happy hour, the typical CEO will have pocketed more than home health aides, firefighters, pre-K teachers, and other workers will make the whole year.
New federal contracting standards could incentivize corporations to narrow the economic divides that undermine employee morale and business effectiveness.
This provision of the Inflation Reduction Act will discourage corporations from siphoning resources from worker wages and productive investments for share repurchases that inflate CEO pay.
The paper’s ‘corporate effectiveness’ lens mischaracterizes the views of management visionary Peter Drucker on pay equity and employee empowerment.
The pay gap between workers and CEOs at America’s largest low-wage employers is now 670 to 1. That’s obscene.
Artisans rely on Etsy to market their creations, but the platform’s profit-maximizing policies hurt more than they help. Here’s why the sellers went on strike.
To end the tax games rich people play, we need more oomph than isolated officials can deliver.
There’s an easy way to cap sky-high CEO salaries and limit outrageous pay gaps — and it would actually work.