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Those who follow the shift of health costs from employers to workers are watching closely to see how long it takes the United Auto Workers to back off from its opposition to increases in the rather low monthly premiums their retirees pay for medical care....
Tribune staff reporterMore and more, open enrollment in company-sponsored benefits can be a confusing time, with a plethora of choices and additional responsibility falling on employees. Workers are given a stack of handouts each fall and are asked to choose among medical...
Of The Morning CallWhen Allentown Police Chief Stephen L. Kuhn announced in July that he was leaving his job after only 16 months, he instantly became eligible to cash in on any of the 42 sick days he accumulated but did not take. Including his vacation time, Kuhn had $28,...
Times Staff WriterThe traditional corporate pension, which gives workers a guaranteed paycheck in retirement, has rarely looked more attractive--or been more endangered, pension experts say. The Enron Corp. scandal and losses in 401(k) accounts have raised questions about...
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