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EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION COSTS per hour worked in New England were $42.06 in September. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT

BLS: New England has highest employee compensation costs in nation in...

PROVIDENCE – Total compensation costs for a private industry employer in New England averaged $42.06 per hour worked in September, according to the U.S....
COMPENSATION COSTS for private industry employers in New England increased 1.7 percent year over year in June to $40.97 per hour. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT

BLS: Private employer compensation costs in N.E. up 1.7% Y/Y in...

PROVIDENCE – Employer costs per hour for compensation in the private sector in New England increased 68 cents year over year to $40.97, a...
A SURVEY, conducted by HR consulting firm Aon Hewitt, showed that American employers were planning on cutting bonuses despite the strength of the economy. Above, black represents total compensation as a percentage of total budget, red represents wages and bonuses as a percentage of budget while blue represents planned raises as a percentage of budget. Total compensation and bonuses have declined and are projected to continue to decline while salary increased and is projected to continue to tick up in 2019. / BLOOMBERG NEWS

Your pay is probably going down next year

NEW YORK - Despite the improving economy, companies have stubbornly withheld salary increases over the past few years, opting to fatten the bonus pool instead....
EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION COSTS per hour worked in New England increased 4.7 percent year over year in March to $41.98. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT

N.E. employee compensation rises 4.7% in March

PROVIDENCE – Employer costs per hour worked in New England averaged $41.98 per employee in March, increasing 4.7 percent year over year from $40.10,...
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