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Why saving for a pension has become more risky

Beijing News 06 Jun 2023
You need to think about how much you'll earn during your life, to what your employer will decide to contribute towards your a pension, and how much tax you will have to pay ... People typically had traditional occupational pensions, known as defined benefit or final salary pensions.

A look at provincial budgets

The News International 06 Jun 2023
In 2009-10, the four provincial governments collectively employed 1.8 million individuals and their wage and salary bill was Rs340 billion – an average salary of Rs189,000 annually. The same year, the federal government employed 928,000 persons and paid them Rs89 billion or an average of Rs96,000.

No new taxes in city's $38.6M budget

The Lancaster News 06 Jun 2023
June 27 ... Highlights. Budget highlights include increases in Lancaster Police Department salaries, pay increases for all other permanent employees, a 1% increase in employer retirement contributions and an increase in the city’s health insurance expense ... Police officers now have a starting salary of $50,000, which reflects a 23.5% average increase ... ....

St. Dominic lays off 5.5% of its workforce, halts mental health services

Greenwood Commonwealth 06 Jun 2023
St. Dominic Memorial Hospital in Jackson is laying off 157 employees, or 5.5% of its total workforce, and closing all of its behavioral health services ... “Throughout its 77-year history, the St ... St ... Employees who have been laid off will continue in their current employment status with regular salary and benefits for at least 60 days following notice ... .

Hard-pressed UK shoppers feel food ‘shrinkflation’

The Observer 06 Jun 2023
The BRC reported a similar pattern ... Helen Dickinson, the BRC chief executive, said ... “Intense wage pressures continued across the service economy, despite a moderation in employment growth. Higher salary payments more than offset lower fuel costs, which meant that overall input price inflation edged up to its strongest for three months in May ... .

DOLE opens more job slots for poor students in Or Mindoro

Manila Bulletin 05 Jun 2023
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has opened 54 new job slots for financially-challenged students in Oriental Mindoro ... Castro said the new group of SPES beneficiaries from Bulalacao town will get P455.18 per day, which is significantly higher than Region 4B's minimum salary of P355.

Vernon School District loses arbitration over who pays for union president's pension

Castanet 05 Jun 2023
Noonan found that School District 22 must pay those contributions, even though the BC Teachers' Federation reimburses the district for their salary during the term of the member's presidency ... However, they remain an employee of the district and the district is reimbursed by the union for the cost of the president's salary.

401(K) balances have INCREASED this year with the average pot now $108,200 - here's what ...

The Daily Mail 05 Jun 2023
Auto-enrollment means a fraction of a worker's salary goes straight into their 401k from their paycheck, which is then matched or partially matched by the employer ... The findings come after it was revealed wealthy CEOs at America's largest firms are on track to net monthly retirement worth up to 38 times the average annual salary of their employers.

Letter: The real state of the nation

Bennington Banner 05 Jun 2023
... combined insurance and finance industry employed an estimated 6,430,000 people in 2019, at an average salary of $91,866 (DATAUSA).

Ludhiana: PSPCL contractual workers stage protest against salary deductions

Hindustan Times 05 Jun 2023
Around 400 contractual workers of the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) held a bike rally on Monday to protest against the irregularities in salary deductions by their employer, the private firm M/S Sanda and Company ... salaries since 2019 to the deputy commissioner.

Publisher’s Positions

The Knoxville Focus 05 Jun 2023
State Should Fund Minimum Salary Mandate ... The truth is, and legislators know it as well, that the State of Tennessee doesn’t send enough money to cover the salaries of all the teachers employed by many school systems, especially in the urban counties.

UK service firms face further wage rises but consumer demand remains ‘resilient’

AOL 05 Jun 2023
To view this content, you'll need to update your privacy settings ... “Intense wage pressures continued across the service economy, despite a moderation in employment growth. “Higher salary payments more than offset lower fuel costs, which meant that overall input price inflation edged up to its strongest for three months in May ... .

Slump in global cashew demand pushes Ivory Coast industry to verge of collapse

Reuters 05 Jun 2023
Summary. Companies. Ivory Coast cashew sector in crisisCashew output in Ivory Coast reached 1 million tonnes in 2022Farmers, buyers and processors unable to sell stocks ... In Bouake, the heart of the country's cashew processing industry, work has come to a near standstill as employers struggle to pay salaries ... Our Standards ... Read Next ... ....

Where have all the LPNs gone? Duluth-area health facilities have jobs available for practical nurses

Duluth News Tribune 05 Jun 2023
However, some hospitals and long-term care facilities moved away from employing LPNs and have opted for more registered nurses instead ... due to non-competitive salaries for LPNs. There are several local employers that offer reimbursement for student loans or additional schooling.

Call for forging unity against plastic pollution as 'World Environment Day' observed in KP

Urdu Point 05 Jun 2023
In connection with the day, the environment-related functions and seminars were arranged by schools, colleges and universities to highlight the significance of the day ... Yousaf said he had employed six labourers at his shop and it would be difficult for him to pay salaries if the polythene stock would not be sold ... ....

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