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Running Late to Work? It May Not Matter
If you were a little late to the office this morning, you may not need to stress about it too much.
A new study indicates a lot of bosses are so sure that employees are working and checking emails before they come in that clock-watching is swiftly becoming a thing of the past.
How Many Americans Work More Than 40 Hours Per Week?
The eight-hour workday is fairly standard in the United States, and June 19 marks the 100th anniversary of it becoming law for federal workers back in 1912.
Private companies began to follow suit four years later, but these days, working only eight hours a day sometimes seems downright quaint.
Why Are So Many Workers Suing Their Employers?
The recession resulted in nine million Americans getting pink slips from their employers, with the workers who remained often forced to pick up the slack by putting in longer hours for the same pay.
Now some of those employees have filed suit demanding overtime wages to which they say they were entit…

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