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Miklave, Matthew T.; Trafimow, A. Jonathan
October 2002
Workforce;Oct2002, Vol. 81 Issue 10, p88
Presents a question and answer related to labor laws in the U.S. Obligation of employers to provide safety in the workplace; Considerations for workplace bribery; Employee selection.


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