But despite that expectable growth, total compensation has failed to keep pace with cost-of-living increases
, meaning that face-to-face marketers are actually losing the big-picture budgetary battle.
5 percent cost-of-living increase
during the upcoming school year and again in the 2015-16 school year.
not receive cost-of-living increases
unless teachers do will "create a train wreck at Town Meeting" and show residents "that we will fight back with every political tool we can use.
The labor organization also noted that many wealthy countries are being forced to reduce retirement benefits to maintain the financial viability of their systems, either by raising the age at which benefits can be collected, requiring more years of work to qualify for certain benefits or reducing the generosity of cost-of-living increases
If there are problems, they can be fixed by minor tinkering with the retirement age, cost-of-living increases
, and other tweaks.
Tax rate brackets, standard deductions, personal exemptions and several other amounts are adjusted annually for cost-of-living increases
More important, the government's data--the GNP figures, unemployment figures, balance of trade figures, and inflation figures--trip other fiscal wires, from stock and bond prices to cost-of-living increases
The budget provided no cost-of-living increases
for UC employees, and management has indicated the need to make this a priority with any increased compact funding beginning next year.
According to The Hill, "The president's budget request for fiscal 2015, which is due out March 4, will not call for a switch to a new formula that would limit cost-of-living increases
in the entitlement program, the White House said Thursday.
Soojian said town officials anticipate the financial savings from increased employee contributions to health insurance will far exceed the impact of the cost-of-living increases
City leaders have signed off time and again on DWP employee contracts that award lavish raises far beyond cost-of-living increases
and above those given for comparable municipal jobs.
When asked what changes, if any, the respondents would make to Social Security, only 24 percent would leave the program alone; nearly as many (22 percent) would make Social Security completely voluntary; another 29 percent would either raise the retirement age or cut cost-of-living increases
for current retirees.