Has the Workplace Become a War Zone?


The nature of employment in the United States has gone through a sea change since the 1960s. While employees used to stay with a single employer until they were ready to collect their pensions, they are now almost expected to have several employers, if not careers, in their lifetimes.

Some attribute this to lack of employee loyalty. Others believe that scarcity of resources, pressure on profits, and outsourcing have led to the disappearance of the career-long employer. In either case, the increase in numbers of employee lawsuits, including growing numbers of class actions, leads to a growing concern...

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