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Majority of Justices Seem To Have Minds Made Up in Health Care Case
Seven of the nine justices’ minds seemed made up during March 4, 2015, oral arguments in the high-profile case before the U.S. Supreme Court concerning whether government subsidies are available in states that have only federal health-care exchanges rather than their own exchanges.

Video Interviews Help Address Long-Term Unemployment
HR and hiring managers began using video interviewing to simplify the hiring process and increase access to a wider range of talent, but some companies have found that the technology can also help address one of the country’s most vexing problems: long-term unemployment.
 
Employees Unfamiliar with Investment Options
Nearly half of employees (46 percent) are concerned about running out of money in retirement. Some of these worries may reflect the fact that 39 percent said they are not familiar with their 401(k) or similar retirement plan’s investment options—an increase from 33 percent in 2014, according to financial firm TIAA-CREF’s 2015 Investment Options Survey report.
 
 
 

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