With the Dragon Ball Super series building up to its finale, we now know that a follow-on movie is planned later this year.
Working with online research provider Statista, FORBES anonymously surveyed 8,000 Canadian employees working for large firms or institutions, asking them whether they would--on a scale of 0 to 10--recommend their employer. FORBES also asked respondents to list which organizations in their industry they feel are particularly positive or negative. These 12 organizations scored the best... Canada's 12 Best Employers In 2018 - pg.1
Forbes worked with research firm Statista to compile the definitive list of the best employers for diversity in America. Statista surveyed 30,000 U.S. employees in August 2017 to inform the list, asking questions about diversity, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age and disability. Responses among underrepresented ethnic minorities, women and people aged 50 and older received greater weights in the ranking, since they have the most well-informed perspective on how a company addresses diversity. In the list methodology, Statista also incorporated the gender split of companies’ management teams and boards, and whether a company proactively communicates about diversity. It also looked at the gap in diversity perceptions at a given organization. For example, if women, older employees and underrepresented minorities rated an employer poorly on diversity, but everyone else rated it highly, Statista considered that a negative indicator and adjusted the score downward. Only companies with 1,000 or more workers were eligible to qualify for the list. America's Best Employers For Diversity - pg.1
Median Black Household Income, 2016: $69,246 Home Ownership Rate, 2016: 48.3% Share Who Are Self-Employed, 2017: 13.7% Change In Population, 2010-16: 7.8% Image: The 'Stone of Hope' sculpture of Martin Luther King by Chinese artist Lei Yixin at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. (MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images) Where African-Americans Are Doing The Best Economically 2018 - pg.1
The image of Macy’s, with its Thanksgiving Day Parade and other activities throughout the year, is about staying in touch and remaining relevant with the public. And, when a customer enters the store, Macy’s wants to continue the experience with a campaign it calls “Experience the MAGIC.”
The New England Patriots have benched Tom Brady's friend and "body coach." No more seat on the team charter. No more sideline passes. Signs point to a rift with Bill Belichick, but there's more to it.
The U.S. is packed full of laws to inhibit the sale of counterfeits and hazardous products. Too bad they don't apply in the nefarious world of cross-border e-commerce. When shopping on e-commerce sites, it's buyer beware.
Compensation site PayScale shared data with Forbes on the college degrees with the fastest and slowest-growing salaries. PayScale looked at median pay at the early-career stage (five years’ experience or less) and compared it with mid-career (10 years or more) levels. Median pay covers base salary, plus extra compensation like bonuses, profit sharing, tips and commissions. But it excludes stock-based compensation and the cash value of retirement benefits. More than two million college graduates were surveyed and 489 degrees were analyzed to create the ranking. The 10 College Degrees With The Fastest-Growing Salaries 2017 - pg.1
To determine the cities where salaries stretch the furthest and the least, we took the 2016 nominal pay per job in the 107 metropolitan statistical areas with populations over 500,000 and adjusted it by cost of living. We used the Bureau of Economic Analysis regional price parities, added the costs for purchasing the average house and weighted the index based on the national distribution of renting and owning (63 percent owning, 37 percent renting). The Cities With The Highest And Lowest Pay Adjusted For Cost Of Living - pg.1
Every year, careers site Glassdoor releases a list of the best places to work. Now in its tenth edition, the ranking includes companies with more than 1,000 employees, and it’s based on employee reviews submitted since November 2016. To qualify, a company needed to receive at least 75 reviews in that period. Organizations were ranked based on employee ratings across several factors, such as overall satisfaction, career opportunities, compensation, work-life balance and business outlook. The 10 Best Places To Work In 2018 - pg.1
Careers site CareerBliss launched its eighth-annual list of the happiest companies in America. It surveyed tens of thousands of workers and asked them to rate their employers on ten key factors, such as their relationship with management, workplace environment, compensation, satisfaction with job function and growth opportunities. The 10 Happiest Companies To Work For In 2018 - pg.1
Careers site Comparably released a list of six entry-level jobs that pay more than $90,000. Entry-level was defined as workers with up to three years’ experience. To create the ranking, Comparably analyzed more than 19,000 anonymous salary reports submitted between March 2016 and October 2017 by employees of U.S. tech companies. Job titles needed a minimum of 600 salary reports to be eligible for the list. The Top Five Entry-Level Tech Jobs That Pay More Than $90,000 - pg.1
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the hottest field in technology. Companies use AI to automate tasks typically done by people, and major tech firms see it as the foundation for their next generation of products. But there’s a staggering talent shortage — fewer than 10,000 people in the world have the skill set to conduct important AI research, according to technology and consulting firm Element AI. The shortage has driven salaries sky-high: AI specialists reportedly fetch compensation of $300,000 to $500,000. So, who are the biggest players in this race for talent? Careers site Glassdoor released a list of the top 15 employers seeking AI expertise. It searched its millions of U.S. job listings for job titles with the words “artificial intelligence,” “AI,” or “deep learning.” It found 512 such roles as of October 20, 2017, nearly 50% of which are based in Silicon Valley. The Top 10 Employers Hiring Artificial Intelligence Talent - pg.1