A Really Simple Guide to Salary Negotiations

  Salary negotiations may seem intimidating, particularly to entry-level job seekers. But everyone should be ready to negotiate pay, whether it’s an entry-level hourly job or an executive level position. Your salary at your first job not only affects earning potential at that employer, but for the rest of your career. Therefore, maximizing your pay Read More …

10 Financial Basics for College Students and Recent Grads

  Money is a great source of stress for many people, particularly those just starting out. How can you afford to save for emergencies or retirement on an entry-level salary? How do you go about building credit without going into debt? And what about the intimidating world of investing? If you want to create a Read More …

New Overtime Pay Ruling: What You Need to Know

The U.S. Department of Labor’s recent decision on overtime pay extends to 1.3 million U.S. workers. Previously workers were automatically entitled to overtime pay only if they earned $23,660 or less a year, says Employco USA president and compensation expert Rob Wilson.   But, starting on Jan. 1, 2020, that salary ceiling will be raised Read More …