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Give 'Em a Break ... or Get Sued

September 16, 2008
Employers are being slapped with lawsuits—costing them millions of dollars in some cases—by workers who say they are being compelled to work through meal breaks. Antiquated labor laws are to blame, some corporations say. But plaintiff attorneys blame in part deteriorating corporate ethics.
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Recruiting in the World of ICE

September 4, 2008
Recruiters and human resource professionals are sitting at the center of the new criminalized workplace, where employees turn on one another and executives can end up in jail.
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Auto-Annuity Could Stretch 401(k) Savings

August 12, 2008
A Washington-based think tank published a paper proposing a way that companies could automatically enroll a portion of retiring employees’ 401(k) assets into a lifetime income option that would provide them with monthly payments.
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