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Do More Jobs and Stagnant Pay Lead to Lawsuits?
Now that the economy is in recovery—albeit a slow and uneven one—workers are accusing their employers of violating anti-discrimination laws as well as wage and hour regulations, accusations they were afraid to make during the recession.  
Employers Turn to Reference-Based Health Pricing
While employee cost-shifting remains the most prevalent technique in employers' health strategies, there is growing interest in adopting new health tactics to mitigate cost and improve population health in the future.

High-Performing Companies Pay Executives Differently
High-performing companies design their executive compensation programs differently from many other organizations, according to a new study by consultancy Towers Watson.


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