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Pay rise is top priority for workers, but less likely than they think

Pay rise is top priority for workers, but less likely than they think

Just under two-thirds of employers plan to give skilled employees a pay rise of less than three per cent, a new survey has found.

  • by Anna Patty

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'Pessimistic': Millennials lose faith in the economy
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'Pessimistic': Millennials lose faith in the economy

Just over a third of Australian millennials believe they will be better off than their parents, according to a survey.

  • by Anna Patty
'He needs to get his own house in order': RBA chief urged to take own advice with workers wanting wage rise
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'He needs to get his own house in order': RBA chief urged to take own advice with workers wanting wage rise

Philip Lowe's call for wages growth of 3.5 per cent to be seen as normal has been seized on by the bank's note-making workers who are threatening to strike

  • by Anna Patty
Millionaires' factory churns out the $10m-plus pay packets
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Macquarie Group

Millionaires' factory churns out the $10m-plus pay packets

Nic Moore's Macquarie Group continues to push into uncharted territory on both the pay and profit fronts.

  • by Colin Kruger
No more 'free' money: Finland to end its basic income experiment

No more 'free' money: Finland to end its basic income experiment

Finland is having second thoughts about giving free money to people without conditions on how they use it.

  • by Peter S. Goodman
Google chief set for $500m payday this week
Google

Google chief set for $500m payday this week

Sundar Pichai is set to cash in with one of the largest single payouts ever made to a public company executive.

  • by Anders Melin
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'Perfectly imperfect': Billionaire playboy and heir to a banking dynasty dies at 54
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'Perfectly imperfect': Billionaire playboy and heir to a banking dynasty dies at 54

Matthew Mellon was a descendant of two of America's great banking dynasties and became known for his playboy lifestyle and colourful divorce.

Zuckerberg's US pilgrimage shows perks of being the boss
Mark Zuckerberg

Zuckerberg's US pilgrimage shows perks of being the boss

The benefits of running a large public company go well beyond pay cheques and stock awards.