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    USING cash back apps is a great way to get rewarded – and one person is fully taking advantage of that by earning tens of thousands of dollars. Erica Miller, a full-time influencer, has built quite the audience on social media, where she has surpassed more than half a million subscribers on YouTube alone. 2The 36 year old influencer has been taking advantage of friendly rewards that Rakuten offers 2Just recently, Erica earned herself a $6,000 referral bonus check On her social media platforms, she touts popular cash back service Rakuten - and it’s earned her at least $160,000 since first signing up in 2014, when it was known as Ebates.  Erica, who lives in Jacksonville, Florida, with her husband William, makes the vast majority of money through referrals, which she claims isn’t as challenging as it may seem. And most recently, Erica got a $6,000 referral bonus check. She told The Sun: “In the age of social media, it's so simple for anyone, even the average person to get on any of these platforms, and just put this message...
    VIDEO5:0105:01Cramer: U.S. workers have power over employers again — and that's long overdueMad Money with Jim Cramer Employers are feeling particularly generous this season. After a year of unprecedented workloads amid a job market that's increasingly competitive across nearly every industry, twice as many employers are offering their employees year-end bonuses, compared to last year. Google said it will give all employees, even interns, a one-time cash bonus of $1,600, while Tyson Foods said it is paying hourly workers at its meatpacking plants between $300 and $700 each this holiday, in addition to offering raises and more flexible work schedules. Almost a quarter of all companies, or 23%, said they are offering a bonus based on company performance, up from last year's 12%, according to Challenger, Gray and Christmas, marking the highest percentage since the job placement firm began tracking performance bonuses in 2015. More from Personal Finance:Here are some tips to avoid inflation’s stingHere's an investment option to protect against inflationYou need at least $1 million saved to retire in these cities Many companies also said they are increasing the...
    Citi will require all 65,000 of its US staff to be vaccinated by January and is giving any worker that provides proof of vaccination by December 8 a $200 'thank you' bonus.   The announcement came on Thursday in a LinkedIn post by the head of HR. Officials from the bank later confirmed it was part of a move to get everyone back into the office.  Citi had been one of the more relaxed Wall Street firms in its approach to at-home working, citing families and childcare as one of the reasons why it was harder for people to go back.  Now, it seems the bank is instructing everyone to return to the office next year, and that the vaccine mandate is folded into it.  In August, HR boss Sarah Wechter announced that all New York office employees must be vaccinated, and that some employees in other office locations would also have to be vaccinated.  HR boss Sarah Wechter announced the mandate in a LinkedIn post on Thursday  Citi CEO Jane Fraser has not yet commented on the decision  The new...
    U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Gary Gensler testifies before a Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee oversight hearing on the SEC on Capitol Hill in Washington, September 14, 2021.Evelyn Hockstein | Pool | Reuters The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday said it is reigniting efforts to crack down on Wall Street bonuses when companies report incorrect financial information. Wall Street's top regulator announced that it will renew attempts to draft rules that would claw back executive pay as part of long-stalled regulations made mandatory under the historic Dodd-Frank Act. Wall Street executives are often paid based on how their company performs on key business metrics including net sales, subscriber growth, vehicle shipments, or earnings per share. "Occasionally, however, the numbers the companies reported as the basis of that compensation aren't accurate," SEC Chairman Gary Gensler said in statement. "In these cases, companies may have to go back and revise or restate prior financial reporting. As a result, an executive may have been paid for meeting certain milestones that the company didn't, in fact, hit." U.S. companies...
    UFC middleweight Julian Marquez wasn’t aware of how much he was going to make to fight at UFC Vegas 40. Many UFC fighters are concerned with the promotion’s current pay model for how they compensate their athletes. For middleweight Julian Marquez, money is one of the last things on his mind entering UFC Vegas 40. Marquez will face up-and-comer Jordan Wright with a chance at extending his win streak in the cage. He’s coming off of back-to-back wins over Maki Pitolo and Sam Alvey. Marquez has earned performance bonuses in the past but isn’t worried about his finances ahead of his next bout. During his UFC Vegas 40 pre-fight press conference, Marquez explained why money isn’t a priority for him. “I don’t ever count the bonuses. I just count for the win ” Marquez said. “I’m here to get the victory. I kid you not, I didn’t even know how much I was going to make for this fight. This is a passion for me. The money is just extra. To exchange a certain amount of dollars for winning, it...
    MICHIGAN will start giving laid-off employees $300 to get back to work by September 4. Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced a new back-to-work program that would give people the ability to still collect a weekly unemployment check while also getting a paystub. 2Michigan will offer people $300 a week to get a jobCredit: AFP "Eligible laid off employees will earn $300 per week bonus for returning to workforce through September 4," the governor said. "This is how we encourage people to get back to work without paying a price or making false choices," she added. "We're going to use the federal $300 per week in unemployment benefits to our advantage, so we can incentivize people to get back to work." The governor added the move came as employers were struggling to find workers for their service-oriented stores. 2Whitmer said the program will allow people to receive a weekly paycheck and stimulus checckCredit: AP "This boost is available to workers who receive benefits who were brought back by an employer participating in the work share program," she said. People were earning more from...
                        A May survey from the NFIB found that nationally, seasonally-adjusted 48 percent of small businesses reported unfilled job openings for the fourth consecutive month. “Virginia small businesses are having a historically hard time hiring workers and getting back to pre-COVID levels,” NFIB Virginia State Director Nicole Riley said in a press release. In the national study of 659 businesses, 61 percent of owners said they hired or tried to hire in May. Some reported that they raised compensation levels. Finding qualified employees was a problem for many small businesses. 93 percent of businesses that were hiring reported few or no qualified applications in May. “Eight percent of owners cited labor costs as their top business problem and 26 percent said that labor quality was their top business problem,” the report states. In Virginia the hospitality industry is facing staffing shortages. 83 percent of Virginia restaurants are currently hiring, according to a survey performed by the Virginia Restaurant Lodging and Travel Association cited in a WTVR article. The Richmond...
    States and lawmakers are devising new incentives and business tax breaks to try to get employees back into the workforce amid labor shortages in an improving economy with dropping covid cases. The efforts – which include tax credits for businesses who hire from among the long-term unemployed – come amid reports from companies that they are struggling to fill positions – and concern from Republicans that $300 federal unemployment incentives are a hindrance. The tactics come as fewer than 400,000 Americans sought unemployment benefits last week, the fifth straight weekly drop.   Republican governors and members of Congress are pushing new business tax credits and bonuses as a way to entice people back into the workforce One idea is to tap into the federal jobless aid to create bonuses payments for people who land a job. The bonuses, which states would be permitted to distribute, would range from $600 to $1,200 under legislation proposed by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas) and Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho).   Another proposal, by Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) and Andy...
    Connecticut, Oklahoma and Montana are dangling an offer to persuade jobless workers collecting enhanced unemployment benefits during the pandemic to get back to work pronto: Cash bonuses for people who return to full-time jobs.  Connecticut said on Monday it would award $1,000 to 10,000 jobless workers who find full-time work and hold the job for at least eight weeks. Oklahoma, meanwhile, said on Monday it would provide $1,200 bonuses to the first 20,000 currently jobless workers who find full-time jobs and hold them for at least six weeks. Montana earlier this month announced a similar initiative that will provide a $1,200 bonus to people who go back to work for at least four weeks. The efforts come amid a wider debate over the job market as the U.S. economy continues to recover from the coronavirus pandemic. Restaurants and other businesses that are now reopening say they are struggling to find workers to fill their open roles, while some conservative lawmakers have pointed to April's disappointing jobs numbers as evidence that the extra $300 per-week jobless aid to help people get...
    DANA WHITE has granted Tony Ferguson's request for the UFC 262 bonuses to be increased - bumping them up to £53,000. Former interim lightweight champion Ferguson made the demand to the UFC supremo during Thursday's pre-fight press conference. 3Tony Ferguson asked UFC president Dana White to increase this weekend's bonusesCredit: Getty 3And the UFC supremo has obliged, increasing the bonuses to £56,000Credit: Getty (AD) WATCH UFC 262 ON BT SPORT (UK) or ESPN+ (US) SunSport understands the added incentive is currently a one-time deal, although that could end up changing in time. UFC 262 take places early on Sunday morning at the Toyota Center in Houston Texas. Fan favourite Ferguson will bid to get back into the win column in the promotion's sixth pay-per-view card of the year, where he'll take on the in-form Beneil Dariush. Back-to-back defeats to Justin Gaethje and Charles Oliveira have cast doubt over his status as an elite lightweight. But El Cucuy insists he's feeling no pressure ahead of the fight, telling Submission Radio: "I’m hungry as f**k and I’m back. CASINO SIGN UP OFFER: CLAIM UP TO £800...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Hefty unemployment checks are being blamed for some people not wanting to return to work, leaving many businesses desperate to find help. Now some owners say they have a solution and are calling on the City of Chicago to give people $1,000 each to return to their jobs. “I do think it’s interesting to create an incentive structure where you might say, if you come back to work and stay here for at least three months, or whatever the time period is, that there will be a bonus system in place,” said Jay Spainhour with the Fulton Market Association. Business and restaurant owners who met virtually Thursday propose the city use COVID-19 relief funds to pay for those back-to-work bonuses.
    The Republican governor in Montana is tackling the labor shortage because people are collecting unemployment checks that pay more than their jobs by offering $1,200 “return to work” bonuses. Gov. Greg Gianforte announced Tuesday that the state would be the first in the country to opt out of federal unemployment benefit programs and put in place a plan to get Montanans back to work. An NBC affiliate in Montana reported on the governor’s plan: The state will no longer participate in the federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program or the Mixed Earner Unemployment Compensation program. The first gives benefits to self-employed, underemployed people, independent contractors and people who have unable to work because of COVID-19 health reasons. The MEUC offers payments to people who had both traditional W-2 income and self-employment income. Also changing, the state is reinstating requirements that claimants be able to work, available for work and actively seeking work in order to be eligible for benefits. They were previously put on hold in March of 2020. “Montana is open for business again, but I hear from too many...
    Chris Harrisons Controversial Interview About Rachael: Bachelor Nation Reacts Top Places To Shop Online That Aren’t Amazon How generous is the UFC with discretionary bonuses? Dana White peels back the curtain. © Provided by Blue Corner How many times do you find out the $50,000 “Fight of the Night” and “Performance of the Night” bonus winners after a UFC event and think to yourself, I can’t believe (this person) didn’t get one. It happens often, doesn’t it? Fear not, though. Discretionary bonuses are real – even if fighters never talk about them. In an interview with the New York Post, UFC president White peeled back the curtain and revealed that the UFC pays discretionary bonuses ranging from $4,000-$25,000 to “everybody who delivered on the card” outside of the traditional winners, which is based on White’s assessment of the night’s action. “I’ll give you an example,” White said. “There will be a night where some crazy sh*t happens throughout the whole card, and then we have to pick what we thought (were) the $50,000 (bonus recipients), but somebody else was...
    Dollar General recently announced its plans to award approximately $50 million in additional appreciation bonuses to eligible frontline employees in Q4, doubling its planned investment in these bonuses in the back half of the year and bringing its Q3 and Q4 commitment to approximately $100 million in total. DG now plans to award up to approximately $173 million to store, distribution center and private fleet employees during its 2020 fiscal year. “To demonstrate our ongoing gratitude and support for our employees directly serving our customers and communities during this pandemic, we are proud to double our initial plans for second-half bonuses by awarding an approximately additional $50 million to our frontline team members,” said Todd Vasos, Dollar General’s CEO.  “Customers continue to look to and trust Dollar General to carry the essential household items on which they depend, all while furthering our mission of Serving Others. Our dedicated store, distribution and private fleet teams continue to work diligently to meet our customers’ needs, especially as we see increased demand and stock-up...
    New York police found hundreds packed into a club. It was an illegal fight club, they said The Cybersecurity 202: Trump’s finally talking about election security – but only to spread conspiracy theories Pemex Oil Traders Wont Have to Pay Back Their Bonuses After All (Bloomberg) -- Petroleos Mexicanos’s oil-trading subsidiary has reversed course on telling employees that they must return almost $1 million of profit-sharing bonuses they received in May. © Bloomberg A worker walks down a set of stairs on the Laurus oil drilling rig operated by Petroleos Mexicans (Pemex) in the Ku-Maloob-Zaap oilfield at Campeche Bay off the coast of Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico, on Friday, Aug. 1, 2014. PMI opted to make the profit-sharing policy voluntary after executives of the company met on Saturday, according to two people with knowledge of the situation, who requested anonymity for fear of reprisals. One of the people said that employees are still being encouraged to donate their profit-sharing payments to Pemex’s vast network of hospitals, which are saturated with Covid-19 patients. Load Error On Friday, employees at...
    Rep. Katie Porter (D-Calif.) went viral this week after grilling former Celgene CEO Mark Alles over his compensation and the price of cancer drug Revlimid during a committee hearing. Using her now-signature whiteboard board, Porter pointed out that the price of the drug, which is approved to treat the blood cancer multiple myeloma, has spiked from $412 per pill in 2005 to $763 per pill today.  “I’m curious, did the drug get substantially more effective in that time? Did cancer patients need fewer pills?” Porter asked, after writing the price increases on a white board.  The former CEO told the lawmaker that the manufacturing for the pill “would be the same” between 2005 and today. “Did the drug start to work faster? Were there fewer side effects? How did you change the formula or production of Revlimid to justify this price increase?” Porter asked. She also grilled Alles on his compensation and bonuses tied to the drug. Porter noted that Alles was paid $13 million in 2017, which she said is “360 times what the average senior gets on Social Security.”...
    MANCHESTER UNITED are reportedly one of three clubs that have made a £27million offer for Lille star Gabriel Magalhaes. French outlet La Voix du Nord claim that the Red Devils, Everton and Napoli have all made proposals to land the Brazilian defender. 3Manchester United are set to rival Everton and Napoli for Lille defender Gabriel MagalhaesCredit: Getty Images - Getty The report adds that Lille have already lined up £7m-rated Ajax defender Sven Botman as his replacement. Gabriel now has the power to choose which of the three clubs he wishes to join but his preference is to join Napoli. MAN UTD NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest United news Yet it is said that United's Champions League qualification could potentially be a game-changer. The Red Devils are keen to add Gabriel to their exciting crop of youngsters, and have been swayed by his reasonable price-tag. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate to sign long-term centre-back partner for Harry Maguire. The 22-year-old is expected to leave Lille in the coming weeks, with the Ligue 1 club's owner Gerard Lopez admitting as much. He...
    By Sarah Westwood, Nicky Robertson, Ali Main and Caroline Kelly | CNN White House officials and Senate Republicans are finalizing a bill that would offer $1,200 checks to many Americans and that would not renew the full unemployment insurance enhancement as part of a proposal for the next stimulus bill set to be unveiled Monday, several top administration officials said Sunday. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told CNN’s Jake Tapper on “State of the Union” that $1,200 checks to Americans will be part of the new recovery package, in addition to reemployment bonuses, retention bonuses and tax credits for small businesses and restaurants. Kudlow said the Republican proposal will lengthen the federal eviction moratorium that is lapsing. The $600 weekly boost to unemployment benefits that many Americans have relied upon is also expiring. The new provisions are slated to be unveiled on Monday, in hopes of replacing benefits that officials characterized as potentially incentivizing recipients not to return to work. “We want to move forward quickly, the bill will be introduced Monday, we are prepared to act quickly,” Treasury...
    U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin walks to the West Wing of the White House on July 9, 2020.Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images Republican lawmakers have been clamoring for an end to the enhanced unemployment benefits many jobless Americans are receiving. Some, including officials in the Trump administration, have called for replacing that aid with a cash bonus for those who find new jobs. But the math doesn't add up, according to economists. There are likely millions more people out of work than there are open jobs. More from Personal Finance:Emergency grant program for small businesses is out of moneyHere are answers to key money questionsTaxpayers are leaving $1.5 billion in refunds on the table Those on the losing end of this equation could face an extreme drop in income next month if the unemployment supplement — an extra $600 a week — expires as scheduled. "It's not going to work in every case," Ernie Tedeschi, a labor economist at Evercore ISI, said of the back-to-work-bonus concept. "There aren't nearly enough jobs available out there for people to take. "It might work in...
    Pedestrians in Washington pass a “We Are Open” restaurant sign during the Covid-19 outbreak on May 12.Jonathan Ernst | Reuters When it comes to the next coronavirus stimulus package and providing more direct financial aid, the question on most Americans' lips is, "Will they or won't they?" One political analyst predicts it's likely lawmakers will go for all three options on the table to provide direct financial help to Americans, even as Washington politicians engage in a war of words on Capitol Hill. "There is going to be a pot of money, and it is going to go towards a combination of round two stimulus checks, continued unemployment and back-to-work bonuses," said Ed Mills, Washington policy analyst at Raymond James. The reason, Mills said, is that the climbing cases of coronavirus are in states that voted Republican in 2016 and could help push members of that party to provide more support, particularly because it's an election year. Democratic politicians have already expressed their backing for more financial relief. More from Personal Finance:Many American expats are still waiting for their stimulus...
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