Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Bosses of Disabled Workers Make Big Bucks

The heads of some charities are making increasing amounts of money while paying workers with disabilities less than the minimum wage, Jeff Kosseff and Bryan Denson of the Portland Oregonian reveal. In "CEOs benefit as charities boom," they use U.S. Labor Department records to trace the growing disparity between these chiefs of not-for-profits and the disabled workers they employ to fulfill government contracts.


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