Tackling The Gender Pay Gap -- One Negotiation At A TimeAccording to Hired’s “State of Wage Inequality in the Workplace” report, men are offered higher salaries than women for the same role -- at the same company.
Dallas Police Department Already Losing Some New RecruitsAfter nine months in the Dallas Police Academy, 34 recruits graduated on Friday. While all of them will be hitting the streets soon, some just might not be doing it in the city of Dallas.
Dallas City Council Debates Police, Fire PayDallas City Council is debating how much more they can pay city police officers and firefighters - and whether they can lower property tax rates.
Divided Supreme Court Sides With Businesses Over WorkersA divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that businesses can prohibit their workers from banding together in disputes over pay and conditions in the workplace.
Billboards Aim To Recruit Teachers From Oklahoma To TexasThe Fort Worth Independent School District is funding the billboards, which say, "Your future is in a Fort Worth classroom — teacher starting salary $52,000."
College Coaches' Salaries Increase Despite Threat Of New TaxCollege football powers aiming for a national title have continued to pay the market rate for proven coaches, topped by the 10-year, $75 million deal for Jimbo Fisher at Texas A&M.
President Trump Intends To Donate Salary, Spokesman SaysThe White House press secretary says President Donald Trump will donate his presidential salary at the end of the year. And he says the president wants the media's help deciding where the money will go.
Texas Court Blocks Federal Plan To Extend Overtime Pay To MillionsThe U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Texas granted the nationwide preliminary injunction, saying the Department of Labor's rule exceeds the authority the agency was delegated by Congress.
Dallas Police & Fire Make Plea For Pay IncreaseThe Dallas City Council met this morning for a briefing on next year's budget and there were a lot of police and firefighters in the council chambers. First-responders, wearing t-shirts that said "Pay Dallas Police and Fire," filed the room.
Dallas First-Responders Demand Better Pay At Council MeetingHundreds of first-responders marched from Dallas Police Association headquarters to Dallas City Hall this morning. The group attended a City Council meeting where they silently demanded a pay raise.
Chiefs Of 5 Public Colleges Paid More Than $1M, Study FindsThe University of Houston's chief topped the list at $1.3 million, followed by leaders at the University of Oregon, Texas A&M University, the University of Texas system and Georgia State University.