5 issues that divide employers and employees
By now you’ve heard the chant from workers fighting for a hike in the minimum wage: I can't survive on $7.25!

     But at a protest 128 years ago, workers belted this: "Eight hours for work, eight hours for rest, eight hours for what we will!"
     The fight over the eight-hour workday culminated in a clash May 4, 1886, on Haymarket Square in Chicago and ended with the deaths of seven policemen and four workers, according to the Illinois Labor History Society.
     While the eight-hour day eventually became a standard in American workplaces, it is also true that today many employees no longer qualify for overtime. More than a century after Haymarket, a number of issues still divide employees and employers. Here are five:


     Pew study finds bosses happier at home, work

     Even with raise, low-wage earners on thin ice