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  2. Former IBC bank employee pleads guilty to embezzling $80,000

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    Jul. 5—A former IBC Bank employee pleaded guilty Tuesday to embezzling more than $80,000. Itzel Arlete Vega appeared before U.S. District Judge Fernando Rodriguez Jr. where she was rearraigned ...

  3. Report: Phoenix Suns' employee resigned over alleged ...

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    ESPN reported Melissa Fender Panagiotakopoulos resigned from the Suns, alleging she was bullied after sharing concerns about 'eroding' culture.

  4. Criticism of Walmart - Wikipedia

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    The American multinational retail chain Walmart has been criticized by many groups and individuals, such as labor unions and small-town advocates, for its policies and business practices, and their effects. Criticisms include charges of racial and gender discrimination, [1] [2] [3] foreign product sourcing, anti-competitive practices, treatment ...

  5. Trucker pay boost has desired effect at Walmart: Exec Walmart (WMT) recently shifted its pay structure so that truck drivers can earn up to $110,000 in their first year. The retailer has already...

  6. Jeff Bezos - Wikipedia

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    Sanders's efforts elicited a response from Amazon which pointed to the 130,000 jobs it created in 2017 and called the $28,446 figure for its median salary "misleading" as it included part-time workers. [83]

  7. Executive compensation in the United States - Wikipedia

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    This has received a wide range of criticism leveled against it. [4] The top CEO's compensation increased by 940.3% from 1978 to 2018 in the US. In 2018, the average CEO's compensation from the top 350 US firms was $17.2 million. The typical worker's annual compensation grew just 11.9% within the same period. [5]

  8. At-will employment - Wikipedia

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    At-will employment. In United States labor law, at-will employment is an employer's ability to dismiss an employee for any reason (that is, without having to establish "just cause" for termination ), and without warning, as long as the reason is not illegal (e.g. firing because of the employee's race, religion or sexuality). When an employee is ...