Oleg Deripaska, Russian Billionaire, Gives Away $3 Million Bonus To Employees
One CEO is doing his part to close the gap between himself and his employees.
Russian aluminum magnate Oleg Deripaska is declining his entire $3 million bonusand instead will use the money to buy shares for 120 of his more than 72,0000 employees, according to the BBC.
CA State Fund Begins Distributing $100 Million Dividend
San Francisco, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – State Fund will begin issuing dividend payments to eligible policyholders in early July. The $100 million dividend will be paid on the 2012 policy year; eligible policyholders will receive approximately 10% of their 2012 estimated annual premium.
NATIONAL HEALTH INTERVIEW SURVEY OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SUPPLEMENT
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) sponsored an occupational health supplement to the 2010 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS-OHS) to provide current, national estimates on the prevalence of common workplace exposures and commonly work-related health conditions.
Refusing Employee Requests to Work Part-time: Potential Risks for Employers
On 31 May 2013, in its decision in Rind v Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, the Australian Fair Work Commission (FWC) found that an employer constructively dismissed an employee by unreasonably refusing her request to work part-time.
A smaller workspace may make you a better person
There could be an upside to being confined to that tiny cubicle at work: It may make you less likely to cheat.
A new study in the Psychological Science journal finds that sitting at a large workspace or in a big seat in a car can make people feel more powerful — and therefore, lead them to act more deceptively.