When Injured Employees Act Anything ButLarry Light
At Olsten Corp., workers' compensation costs are out of sight, tripling over four years, to $10.3 million annually. The problem, as the large Westbury (N.Y.) temporary-employee service sees it, is a matter of checks, lies, and videotape.
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