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7 months 4 weeks ago

Are you working more for less?

If you feel like you're working more but earning less money, it's probably because you are. According to an analysis from the Census Bureau, a report reveals that the average American household income has fallen 4.4% over the last four years. In June of this year, the median income...

8 months 3 weeks ago

Poor pay strikes continue today

Strikes are expected to continue today across the country. Hundreds of fast food workers walked off their jobs at restaurants yesterday. The protests marked the beginning of two days of strikes to fight for higher wages and the right to unionize. In all, fast food workers in...

1 year 3 months ago

City council wants a raise

COLORADO SPRINGS - Members of the Colorado City Council may ask voters next April for a substantial raise. News 5 obtained a copy of a draft ballot issued that would amend the City Charter to increase the pay of council members by the equivalent of 44 percent of the mayor's...

2 years 1 month ago

Co lawmakers pay could be in trouble

DENVER (AP) - Colorado lawmakers would have to forgo their pay and benefits if they don't agree on a budget on time under a proposal that gets its first hearing in the state Senate. Democratic Senate President Brandon Shaffer, the bill sponsor, says the idea is a popular one with...

2 years 3 months ago

State of Colorado moves to online pay stubs

DENVER (AP) - The governor's office says Colorado will save an estimated $60,000 per year by having state employees access their pay stubs online instead of sending them pay stubs printed out on paper. The state started issuing paperless pay stubs to some employees in late November. The governor's office...

2 years 5 months ago

Tax Amnesty for Colorado Tax Payers

DENVER (AP) - Taxpayers who are behind on their taxes have until Tuesday to pay up and avoid penalties under the state's tax amnesty program. Under the Colorado Department of Revenue's program, most delinquent tax payers can avoid penalties and pay half the interest on past due taxes. ...

2 years 6 months ago

One CEO has pay drop to $10.9 million

Archer Daniels Midland Co. says it paid its CEO $10.9 million for its most recent fiscal year, a 1 percent cut, even though she met or exceeded most of her targets. The seller of products from animal feed to supply chain management and financial services, ADM said Friday that it...

3 years 8 months ago

House to consider Jobs Bill

House Democrats are convening an emergency session to pass a bill aimed at saving hundreds of thousands of teachers and other public workers from unemployment. The one-day session Tuesday also may address another issue that will be on voters' minds this November - lax border security - with passage...

3 years 9 months ago

Calif. court sides with Schwarzenegger on pay

A California appellate court has sided with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in his move to pay state workers minimum wage. The governor made the move late Thursday involving 200,000 state workers to send a signal to California lawmakers in the impasse over closing California's $19 billion budget deficit. The Legislature's deadline...

3 years 10 months ago

Proposed new rules for college recruitment

Colleges would no longer be allowed to pay recruiters for students or engage in aggressive or misleading recruitment under proposed new federal regulations that target the practices of for-profit colleges. The proposed new Department of Education rules are to be announced Wednesday. They apply to all colleges but are...

3 years 10 months ago

Geithner: AIG has other options to repay bailout

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is looking past the collapse of an American International Group deal to sell off a subsidiary, saying the insurance giant has other options for paying back its $182 billion government bailout. Geithner was speaking to reporters after Prudential PLC, a British company, said it was backing...

3 years 11 months ago

Paying for the peaks: hiking charges considered

Hikers who tackle some of Colorado's highest peaks could soon face a toll beyond the physical. The federal government is considering charging hikers up to $20 to access popular mountaintops. The U.S. Forest Service says it will consider permit fees to cover trail improvements at some of Colorado "fourteeners"...

4 years 1 month ago

Study: Despite laws, women earn less than men

A global trade union says women with children still face major career and pay obstacles. In a report released Monday, the International Trade Union Confederation says women with children earn almost a third less than men and still face too many career obstacles. Diana Holland, chair of the ITUC's Women's...

4 years 5 months ago

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