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Re: Employee Vs Employer - March 16th, 2016

If a worker is an employee, the employer is responsible for paying Social Security, unemployment insurance, Medicare, and possibly other costs like workers' compensation insurance for the employee; at the end of the tax year, the employer is responsible for compiling all necessary payroll reports, including W-2 forms.
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Re: Employee Vs Employer - July 10th, 2016

This is classical demand and supply. If there is a big need for skilled labor then employees can demand various benefits but in a recession, the employers are in driving seat.
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Re: Employee Vs Employer - July 13th, 2016

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This is classical demand and supply. If there is a big need for skilled labor then employees can demand various benefits but in a recession, the employers are in driving seat.
Agreed, everything boils down to demand supply at the end of the day. Rest is all notional. If the economy is booming, there is more demand for talent and so employees get more salaries while organisations make more profit. In recession, organisations are facing losses or the quantum of profit has lowered which affects human resource salaries adversely.


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