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Minimum Wage and Salary Levels To Increase Dec. 31

Minimum wage and salary levels are set to increase on December 31, 2013.

Recognizing that New York's minimum wage is low (considering that 19 other states have higher minimum wages than New York), the 2013-14 enacted budget raises the minimum wage from $7.25/hour to $9.00/hour and the salary level from $600.00/week to $675.00/week over three years.

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HR Data Analytics and the War for Talent

Rochester Business Journal
June 6, 2014
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Despite lingering unemployment, many HR professionals find themselves in a post-recession war for talent. What’s at stake is nothing less than a company’s ability to compete.

“War is ninety percent information,” Napoleon Bonaparte once said.  If those words ring true, HR professionals looking to win would be well advised to embrace data analytics. The art of knowing what data to collect, how to evaluate it, and how to apply the insight gained is critical to the success of HR operations, and to winning the war for human talent.

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