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Piergiorgio Moro | In the last few years, global energy companies have launched an offensive against workers in Australia to slash wages and conditions. Esso workers in Longford, SE Australia are resisting,
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Matt Kunkel, Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna | Ice cream workers in Sydney are involved in a protracted industrial struggle with Streets Ice Cream, a subsidiary of Unilever, over cuts to wages and conditions.
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Angella MacEwen | How we measure wages will affect views of Stephen Harper's economic performance going into the federal election. Angella MacEwen breaks down the ways that we measure income, and what that means.
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Kaylie Tiessen | Ontario started the New Year with very little change in its jobs numbers: the employment rate is holding steady but there is a shift in part-time job growth.
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Duncan Cameron | While Angela Merkel is ranked the most powerful woman in the world, Janet Yellen has come forward as the most important voice, suggesting that wage deflation dampens economic recovery.
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Iglika Ivanova | The theory is very simple: resource development would lead to economic growth and economic growth would lead to higher wages for everyone, including teachers. But does it actually work in practice?
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Vanessa Brcic | In B.C., doctors are paid well, but they are paid by an antiquated compensation model called Fee For Service (FFS), which basically reduces medical visits to a series of billable scenarios.
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Figure 1. Inflation and average real wages, 2010-2013. Source: Statistics Canada
Michal Rozworski | The past 18 months have seen real wages increase in Canada. These real wage gains, however, are not that surprising once we take a look at the behaviour of inflation since the crisis.
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Jim Stanford | Mexico's socially unbalanced, uneven and unimpressive growth in recent years offers no upside for Canada, and does not remotely offset the employment and investment losses associated with NAFTA.
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Toby Sanger | After analyzing "research reports" issued by the Fraser Institute or the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB), I end up shaking my head in disbelief.
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Dave Coles | According to a Globe and Mail Report on Business list of the top 100 Paid CEOs, median Canadian CEO compensation topped $5.6 million last year.
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Nora Loreto | Debunking the right-wing assault on Theresa Spence's salary.