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CRMNEXT Wins the 2021 “Dream Company to Work For” Award Presented by Times Ascent and the World HRD Congress

CRMNEXT Wins the 2021 “Dream Company to Work For” Award Presented by Times Ascent and the World HRD Congress

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CRMNEXT has been recognized as the 'Dream Company to work for' and the Best IT Employer in Platform as a Service (PaaS) category by the Times Ascent at World HRD Congress 2021. CRMNEXT is a leading global banking and insurance digital transformation and customer experience platform. It has to its credit the largest banking CRM implementation globally with over a million bankers and a billion customers managed on its platform. The award is a testament to CRMNEXT's exceptional working environment that empowers employees to push their boundaries with a holistic care and work enablement ecosystem, innovative technology stack and continuous learning model to meet the evolving needs of its customers. Times Ascent World HRD Congress is the largest HR event in the world, with over 1800 profession...

Congress wants to waive taxes on unemployment. Some states may not

Finance
Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesCongress may soon offer a tax break to unemployed Americans. States may not be so generous.The Senate passed a $ 1.9 trillion Covid relief bill on Saturday that waives tax on up to $ 10,200 of unemployment benefits per person received in 2020.President Joe Biden is expected to sign the legislation this week after it's passed by the Democrat-led House of Representatives.But the tax policy, which applies to households that made less than $ 150,000, is only a break on workers' federal income taxes.More from Personal Finance:American Rescue Plan creates a tax headache for the joblessHere's how a $ 300 and $ 400 unemployment boost compareSmallest businesses can still apply for a PPP loanMore than half of states levy an income tax on unemployment benef...
Covid: US parties wrangle in Congress after Trump shuns stimulus bill

Covid: US parties wrangle in Congress after Trump shuns stimulus bill

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Extra unemployment benefits may be delayed for weeks, even if Congress passes Covid bill

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Bill Clark | CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | Getty ImagesCongress is scrambling to finish work on a bipartisan Covid relief bill that would offer additional unemployment benefits and other assistance before a financial cliff looming at month's end.Yet out-of-work Americans may wait weeks to receive that aid, even if lawmakers pass legislation soon. The delay could be as short as a week or two into January or a much longer period extending into February, according to unemployment experts.More from Personal Finance:Watch out for this $ 1,200 stimulus check scamThese programs may help Americans who lose unemployment benefitsThe eviction crisis could increase the spread of CovidMany states use antiquated computer systems that make it difficult to code in new rules quickly. States are also contending wit...

Congress needs to pass more stimulus relief, says TIAA CEO Roger Ferguson

Finance
Roger Ferguson sees a bright light ahead for investors, but only at the end of a dark tunnel.Ferguson, 69, is president and chief executive officer of TIAA. He is the former vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the U.S. Federal Reserve System. He also represented the Federal Reserve on several international policy groups and served on key Federal Reserve System committees. He recently announced that he intends to retire in March 2021 from TIAA after 12 years with the financial firm.The Biden administration is now reportedly considering him for a top economic position.One of the most well-known Black executives in the financial industry, Ferguson has been talking of late about how capitalism in the U.S. needs to be more inclusive and the dangers of Congress failing to produce another ...