IBM changes 401(k) contribution plan; some workers revolt
Research Triangle Park, N.C. — IBM announces that it will no longer make 401(k) contributions to employees on a twice yearly basis but only annually in 2013. Plus, employees must be employed by Dec. 15 of each year in order to receive the company's match. The move angers IBM some employees, and the union seeking to represent them wants the decision reversed....
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