The Daily Read – May 31, 2011

By Erica Varlese

Rather than cutting benefits, Connecticut officials are encouraging preventative care for workers to cut healthcare costs.

Elevator safety inspectors in New York are stating that they are pushed by higher ups to close inspections without doing a thorough job.

Wal-Mart is facing pressure to provide reports on its factory working conditions.

The Obama Administration continues to crack down on hiring undocumented workers, claiming that they are shifting to criminalizing the employers rather than employees.

The real estate industry, and home ownership, are still being hit hard by the economic downturn.


May 21, 2011

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