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Maybe it's a characteristic of the CEO species, but many of them work incredibly hard, on duty most of the time, and are compensated more than accordingly. Should chief executives expect the same drive from their employees? "That's a great question," Mark Group CEO Jeffrey A. Bartos responded
Hi everybody, America's most-beloved workplace advice columnist here. As promised last week, this column will focus on the argument in favor of raising the federal minimum wage. Next week's column will focus on the opposing argument. So please don't send mean emails saying I'm a dirtbag for only telling one side of the story. My feelings are easily hurt.
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