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    :: Thursday, September 07, 2006 ::

    New reality for employers? - Regina Leader-Post, Canada
    Managers and business owners must also acknowledge that today's workers are a highly varied lot. Recent surveys indicate some are focused on the bottom line and on getting as much money as possible, even to the point of giving up vacation time owed them.

    But others, particularly the young and well educated, have seen the deleterious effects of overwork on others and are determined to find jobs that are challenging and -- dare we say it? -- fun and interesting. They don't want work to become oppressive, and increasing numbers also want employers that let them take time off for ailing children and elders, or other emergencies.
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