Shawn Henfling tells the story of what made him finally understand the problem with current minimum wage laws.
The fast-food chain’s surprise decision to lift its workers’ wages stems from a mix of morality, economics and politics.
The “low-cost” leader is hurting the American worker. — It has become cliché to say, “Our employees are our most important resources.” This phrase is passed around in every MBA course known to man. In business school, future executives are force-fed this mantra in preparation for life after school. Business school teaches future executives how […]
Shawn Henfling isn’t ashamed to sing anywhere. Are you?
Walmart’s pay hike may just be a masterful public relations stunt. Even so, the announcement forced everybody to think about what lower-income workers need to survive.
Holidays are for quality time with family and friends, sharing good food, laughter, love and joy, not for shopping.
Alex Yarde celebrates Mother’s Day simply — with family, love and community—and a special way of Empowering Women Together by Walmart.
While Republicans have been busy the past 4 years in the US House of Representatives, state governments have been busy drafting legislation that would raise the minimum wage above the Federal minimum of $7.25.
Two recent stories about Walmart highlight how big our nation’s unemployment problem remains.
88 percent of minimum wage workers are above the age of 20. A third are at least 40 years old.
Despite all of the things going against Walmart, never once do they consider people are waking up to their business model. Instead, they point the finger at everybody but themselves.
Economists are starting to take a closer look at the effects of Walmart on the economy, and what they are finding may surprise you.
They appear to offer convenience, but the prepaid debit cards offered by employers may actually cost employees more than they are worth.