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Reducing Your Risk: Hiring Tips (Part I)

August 1, 2002 | Christine H. Long
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In generations past, many employers considered employees replaceable parts of production. If and when those employees spoke, they spoke through a collective bargaining voice. Over the last few decades the relationship between employer and employee has changed dramatically. Although union memberships are on the decrease, the voice of employees is heard through individual lawsuits. Any employer would be remiss in not recognizing the rights of employees and their obligations as an employer in this new environment.

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