Prosecutors say a Chicago-area man accepted and dumped a job at Avaya, but didn't object to receiving nearly a half-million dollars in erroneous paycheck deposits.
Everyday after work, warehouse employees have to wait in long bag-check lines to make sure they're not toting stolen goods -- some workers want to be paid for that time.
The social network has lost its sexy status as an upstart with grand ambitions, which may explain why top brass are bowing out.
As Hewlett-Packard stock prices beat Wall Street's expectations this year, the company's CEO is in line for a major raise.
SurePayroll is a convenient service for white-collar businesses--though it's pricier than PayCycle and slightly harder to use.
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The retail giant says that customers can now browse more items on its Web site, and then opt to pay with cash by heading into a local store and dropping off the Benjamins.
When a robot tries to make you to laugh, is that considered "artifarcical" intelligence? RoboJase the android debuts his comedy routine on mere mortals.
The owner of Barducci's in Florida seems to think it's just fine to tell around a dozen workers that they no longer have a job. One calls it "cowardice." Is it?
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